Health Care In 2020 Where Uncertain Reform, Bad Habits, Too Few Doctors and Skyrocketing Costs Are Taking Us
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Publisher: Midpoint Trade Books, Incorporated
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Health reform, often called Obamacare, may or may not survive legal challenges and the aftermath of the 2012 election. The new law and the alternatives put forth by its opponents are unlikely to alter U.S. health care's most pressing problems: physician shortages; uncontrollable cost increases; widespread and poorly controlled chronic disease, and widespread medical treatment that does not benefit patients.InHealth Care in 2020, award-winning veteran journalist Steve Jacob distills six years worth of research and reporting on health care policy, and reveals where health care is headed and what can be done to change its perilous course.Health reform's major goal was to ensure everyone had More...
Veteran journalist Steve Jacob writes about health policy for Texas newspapers and magazines since 2005. He is an adjunct professor at the School of Public Health at the University of North Texas. He holds masterï¿½™s degrees in journalism and business administration from Indiana University and a masterï¿½™s degree in public health from the University of North Texas. His award-winning columns at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram were distributed nationally by the McClatchy Tribune News Service.
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