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Health Economics and Policy

Год выпуска: 2014
Автор: James W. Henderson

Synopses & Reviews

Publisher Comments

The 6th edition of HEALTH ECONOMICS AND POLICY thoroughly demonstrates how microeconomic principles apply to health care delivery and its policies. While you explore the changing nature of health care, the social and political sides of issues, and the future of health care delivery and finance under the Affordable Care Act, you learn to analyze public policy from an economic perspective.

Review

Aiming to provide the reader with the economic background tounderstand and analyze the national dialogue on healthcare issues, this texts primary goals are to: enable readers to recognize therelevance of economics to health and medical care and to apply economic reasoning to better understand health-related issues;understand the mechanisms of health care delivery in the U.S. within broad social, political, and economic contexts; explore the changingnature of health and medical care and its implications for medical practice, medical education and research, and health policy; analyzepublic policy in health and medical care from an economic perspective. Sixteen chapters are divided into four parts: therelevance of economics in health and medical care; demand-side consideration; supply-side consideration; public policy in medical care delivery.Annotation 2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

Review

Aiming to provide the reader with the economic background tounderstand and analyze the national dialogue on healthcare issues, this texts primary goals are to: enable readers to recognize therelevance of economics to health and medical care and to apply economic reasoning to better understand health-related issues;understand the mechanisms of health care delivery in the U.S. within broad social, political, and economic contexts; explore the changingnature of health and medical care and its implications for medical practice, medical education and research, and health policy; analyzepublic policy in health and medical care from an economic perspective. Sixteen chapters are divided into four parts: therelevance of economics in health and medical care; demand-side consideration; supply-side consideration; public policy in medical care delivery.Annotation 2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

Review

Aiming to provide the reader with the economic background tounderstand and analyze the national dialogue on healthcare issues, this texts primary goals are to: enable readers to recognize therelevance of economics to health and medical care and to apply economic reasoning to better understand health-related issues;understand the mechanisms of health care delivery in the U.S. within broad social, political, and economic contexts; explore the changingnature of health and medical care and its implications for medical practice, medical education and research, and health policy; analyzepublic policy in health and medical care from an economic perspective. Sixteen chapters are divided into four parts: therelevance of economics in health and medical care; demand-side consideration; supply-side consideration; public policy in medical care delivery.Annotation 2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

Review

Aiming to provide the reader with the economic background tounderstand and analyze the national dialogue on healthcare issues, this texts primary goals are to: enable readers to recognize therelevance of economics to health and medical care and to apply economic reasoning to better understand health-related issues;understand the mechanisms of health care delivery in the U.S. within broad social, political, and economic contexts; explore the changingnature of health and medical care and its implications for medical practice, medical education and research, and health policy; analyzepublic policy in health and medical care from an economic perspective. Sixteen chapters are divided into four parts: therelevance of economics in health and medical care; demand-side consideration; supply-side consideration; public policy in medical care delivery.Annotation 2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

Review

Aiming to provide the reader with the economic background tounderstand and analyze the national dialogue on healthcare issues, this texts primary goals are to: enable readers to recognize therelevance of economics to health and medical care and to apply economic reasoning to better understand health-related issues;understand the mechanisms of health care delivery in the U.S. within broad social, political, and economic contexts; explore the changingnature of health and medical care and its implications for medical practice, medical education and research, and health policy; analyzepublic policy in health and medical care from an economic perspective. Sixteen chapters are divided into four parts: therelevance of economics in health and medical care; demand-side consideration; supply-side consideration; public policy in medical care delivery.Annotation 2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

Review

Aiming to provide the reader with the economic background tounderstand and analyze the national dialogue on healthcare issues, this texts primary goals are to: enable readers to recognize therelevance of economics to health and medical care and to apply economic reasoning to better understand health-related issues;understand the mechanisms of health care delivery in the U.S. within broad social, political, and economic contexts; explore the changingnature of health and medical care and its implications for medical practice, medical education and research, and health policy; analyzepublic policy in health and medical care from an economic perspective. Sixteen chapters are divided into four parts: therelevance of economics in health and medical care; demand-side consideration; supply-side consideration; public policy in medical care delivery.Annotation 2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

About the Author

James W. Henderson is the Ben H. Williams Professor of Economics at Baylor University, where his teaching and research center on health economics and policy. Before joining the Baylor faculty, he was Vice President of Finance and Management at the Dallas Minority Business Center. Dr. Henderson's economic research has appeared in Health Care Financing Review, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Rural Health, and PharmacoEconomics. He has lectured in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Mexico, Sweden, and Ukraine. Dr. Henderson earned his PhD at Southern Methodist University.

Table of Contents

1. U.S. Medical Care: A System in Transition. 2. Using Economics to Study Health Issues. 3. Analyzing Medical Care Markets. 4. Economic Evaluation in Health Care. 5. Demand for Health and Medical Care. 6. The Market for Health Insurance. 7. Managed Care. 8. The Physicians' Services Market. 9. The Hospital Services Market. 10. The Market for Pharmaceuticals. 11. Confounding Factors. 12. Policies That Enhance Access. 13. Policies to Contain Costs. 14. Medical Care Systems Worldwide. 15. Medical Care Reform in the United States. 16. Lessons for Public Policy. Glossary. Index.



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