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Fundamentals of US Health Care: Principles and Perspectives takes the broad, complex topic of health care in the United States and presents it in a digestible, easy-to-read format. Focusing on some of the fundamental issues facing the heath care system today, this book delivers simple, objective coverage of key topics including cost, access, quality, financing, manpower, and public health. By blending current, factual data, basic principles, and multiple perspectives on controversial issues, the book provides a balanced approach to the core issues facing the health care industry. Case studies and vignettes throughout allow readers to explore how these problems impact real-life situations and hone their critical thinking skills for their professional careers.
Table of Contents
|Health Services in Perspective|
|Organization of Health Services|
|Medicare and Medicaid|
|Health Care Facilities|
|Cost of Health Care Services|
|Health Care Financing|
|Utilization of Health Services|
|Health Planning and Regulation|
|National Health Policy|
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