Healthcare Reform in America: A Reference Handbook


  • Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld and Michael R. Kronenfeld
  • Publication Date 06/2004
  • Pages 267
  • ISBN-10: 1576079775
  • List Price: $50.00


  • An authoritative look at the core issues of the health care debate in the United States, with a focus on reform of the system.
  • Almost every developed nation in the world has a coherent national health system-except the United States. In the past, we've come tantalizingly close, often seeming to be less than a decade away, but reform efforts have continually come up short. Why? What are the prospects for meaningful reform in the 21st century?
  • Healthcare Reform in America: A Reference Handbook reviews the failed attempts at health care reform in the last century, identifying the economic, social, and political forces that pushed for a national system and those that prevented it from happening. Written by two of our most respected and incisive health care critics, the book vividly demonstrates that right now, concerns about quality and cost, plummeting consumer satisfaction, and the need for reform are as great as they have ever been.
  • Balanced, authoritative, and compelling, the book gives readers the basic tools they need to understand the core problems, access important data, and make informed decisions and valuable contributions toward reforming the system.


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