Expanding Access to Health Care: A Management Approach

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-05-15
  • Publisher: Routledge
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The U.S. health care system faces well-known problems: 47 million people without health insurance, rapidly rising costs that consume 16 percent of the country's economic output, and widely uneven quality of care. Even many people with coverage are experiencing serious problems paying for the rapidly rising costs of health care and insurance.

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments
Issues and Policies in Health Insurance Market Reform
Restructuring Health Insurance Markets
Designing Regional Health Markets
Creating a Level Playing Field for Public and Private Plans
Regulating Private Insurance
Paying One's Fair Share for Health Coverage and Care
Refiguring Federalism: Nation and State in Health Reform's Next Round
Recent Changes in Dutch Health Insurance: Individual Mandate or Social Insurance?
Administering Health Insurance Programs under Reform
Administering a Medicaid Plus Tax Credits Initiative
Administering Health Insurance Mandates
Designing Administrative Organizations for Health Reform
Individual Health Insurance Plan Information: Too Much and Too Little
Controlling Costs under Health Care Reform
Controlling Health Care Costs
Simplifying Administration of Health Insurance
Using Performance Management to Enhance Health Care Reform
Management and Performance of Federal Health Care Programs
Performance-Based Management under Ryan White: The BPHC Initiative
Empirical Studies
Expanding Access to Health Care for Hispanic Construction Workers and Their Children
Expanding Access to Health Insurance for Children: The State Children's Health Insurance Program, 1997-2007
Did Medicaid/SCHIP Crowd out Private Insurance Among Low-Income Children?
About the Editors and Contributors
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