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Beginnings Count: The Technological Imperative in American Health Care a Twentieth Century Fund Book
Rothman, David J.
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판형 Hardcover, 208pp.
출판일 May 15 1997
ISBN-13: 9780195111187
도서 치수 21.69 센티미터(길이) X 14.71 센티미터(넓이) X 2.11 센티미터(두께)
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In the wake of the recent unsuccessful drive for health care reform, many people have been asking themselves what brought about the failure of this as well as past attempts to make health care accessible to all Americans. The author of this original exploration of U.S. health policy supplies
an answer that is bound to raise some eyebrows. After a careful analysis of the history and issues of health care, David Rothman concludes that it is the average employed, insured "middle class"—the vaguely defined majority of American citizens—who deny health care to the poor.
The author advances his argument through the examination of two distinctive characteristics of American health care and the intricate links between them: the ubiquitous presence of technology in medicine, and the fact that the U.S. lacks a national health insurance program. Technology bears the
heaviest responsibility for the costliness of American medicine. Rothman traces the histories of the "iron... [More...] [Edit review] [Delete review]
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