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The text that makes economics concepts the backbone of the health care coverage. Folland is the bestselling Health Care Economics text that teaches through core economic themes, rather than concepts unique to the health care economy.
Table of Contents
PART I: Basic Economics Tools Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Microeconomic Tools for Health Economics Chapter 3: Statistical Tools for Health Economics Chapter 4: Economic Efficiency and Cost-Benefit Analysis PART II: Supply and Demand Chapter 5: Production of Health Chapter 6: The Production, Cost, and Technology of Health Care Chapter 7: Demand for Health Capital Chapter 8: Demand and Supply of Health Insurance Chapter 9: Consumer Choice and Demand PART III: Information and Insurance Markets Chapter 10: Asymmetric Information and Agency Chapter 11: The Organization of Health Insurance Markets Chapter 12: Managed Care Chapter 13: Nonprofit Firms PART IV: Key Players in the Health Care Sector Chapter 14: Hospitals and Long-Term Care Chapter 15: The Physician’s Practice Chapter 16: Health Care Labor Markets and Professional Training Chapter 17: The Pharmaceutical Industry PART V: Social Insurance Chapter 18: Equity, Efficiency, and Need Chapter 19: Government Intervention in Health Care Markets Chapter 20: Government Regulation: Principal Regulatory Mechanisms Chapter 21: Social Insurance Chapter 22: Comparative Health Care Systems Chapter 23: Health System Reform PART VI: Special Topics Chapter 24: The Health Economics of Bads Chapter 25: Epidemiology and Economics: HIV/AIDS in Africa