Corporate Transformation of Health Care Can the Public Interest Still Be Served?
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Tables and Figures|
|Growth of Investor-Owned Corporate Health Care|
|Corporate Contributions to the Soaring Costs of Health Care|
|Hospitals and Nursing Home Chains|
|Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)|
|The Health Insurance Industry|
|The Pharmaceutical Industry|
|Medically Related Industries|
|Impact of Corporate Practices on the Health Care System|
|How Health Care Corporations Defend and Promote Their Interests|
|Compromising the Integrity of Research|
|Disinformation and Media Control|
|Lobbying the Government|
|Co-Opting the Regulators|
|Is Reform Possible?|
|Privatization vs. the Public Utility Model of Health Care|
|Politics and Options for Health Care Reform|
|An Approach to Reform|
|The "United States National Health Insurance Act," H.R. 676|
|Potential Administrative Savings by State, 2003, Achievable with a Single-Payer National Health Insurance Program|