Books in category Medical – Medicaid & Medicare

  • Just Medicare

    Just Medicare
    Colleen M. Flood

    Just Medicare illustrates that legal scholars can also contribute to the issue of how to allocate scarce health resources by determining what constitutes fair processes for decision-making, and by challenging unjust processes.

  • Medicare s Midlife Crisis

    Medicare’s Midlife Crisis
    Sue A. Blevins

    Blevins examines the program's origins, its evolution, and future policy options.

  • Primary Health Care in Cuba

    Primary Health Care in Cuba
    Linda M. Whiteford, Laurence G. Branch

    In this book, Whiteford and Branch explore the successes of Cuba's preventive primary health care system and its contribution to global health.

  • Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage for Dummies Volume 2

    Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage for Dummies, Volume 2
    Patricia Barry

    Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage For Dummies offers strategies to cut through the confusions of Part D, either for yourself or for someone you're helping.

  • Medicaid Politics and Policy

    Medicaid Politics and Policy
    David G. Smith, Judith D. Moore

    The authors make this story come alive for the reader by providing a strong connected narrative, detailed accounts of important policy changes, and extensive use of interviews with individuals close to events.

  • Complexity and Healthcare Organization

    Complexity and Healthcare Organization
    David Kernick

    All those involved in the planning, management, commissioning, and delivery of healthcare will find this book useful and fascinating reading.

  • Health Care Finance and Economics

    Health Care Finance and Economics
    Steven R. Eastaugh

    This text will help you meet the considerable challenge of cutting costs while enhancing service quality.Health Care Finance and Economics provides a complete understanding of financial management and health economics.

  • Medicare

    Medicare
    Marilyn Moon

    She examines the problems facing the program and which reform options hold the most promise. She also examines the history of Medicare and how the program works in the broader context of health care, the federal government, and the economy.

  • Applied Methods of Cost Benefit Analysis in Health Care

    Applied Methods of Cost-Benefit Analysis in Health Care
    Emma McIntosh

    This book provides the reader with a comprehensive set of instructions and examples of how to perform a cost-benefit analysis (CBA) of a health intervention.

  • Reforming Medicare

    Reforming Medicare
    Henry Aaron, Jeanne M. Lambrew

    In R eforming Medicare, Henry J. Aaron and Jeanne M. Lambrew deftly guide readers through this complex debate. They identify and analyze the three leading approaches to reform.

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