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Who Shall Live

Who Shall Live Author Victor R. Fuchs
ISBN-10 9789814354875
Release 2011
Pages 345
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Problems and choices -- Who shall live? -- The physician : the captain of the team -- The hospital : the house of hope -- Drugs : the key to modern medicine -- Paying for medical care.



Who shall live Health economics and social choice

Who shall live  Health  economics  and social choice Author Victor R. Fuchs
ISBN-10 UOM:39015016209374
Release 1974
Pages 168
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Who shall live Health economics and social choice has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Who shall live Health economics and social choice also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Who shall live Health economics and social choice book for free.



Irrationality in Health Care

Irrationality in Health Care Author Douglas E. Hough
ISBN-10 9780804785747
Release 2013-05-15
Pages 312
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The health care industry in the U.S. is peculiar. We spend close to 18% of our GDP on health care, yet other countries get better results—and we don't know why. To date, we still lack widely accepted answers to simple questions, such as "Would requiring everyone to buy health insurance make us better off?" Drawing on behavioral economics as an alternative to the standard tools of health economics, author Douglas E. Hough seeks to more clearly diagnose the ills of health care today. A behavioral perspective makes sense of key contradictions—from the seemingly irrational choices that we sometimes make as patients, to the incongruous behavior of physicians, to the morass of the long-lived debate surrounding reform. With the new health care law in effect, it is more important than ever that consumers, health care industry leaders, and the policymakers who are governing change reckon with the power and sources of our behavior when it comes to health.



Healthcare Economics Made Easy

Healthcare Economics Made Easy Author Daniel Jackson
ISBN-10 1907904972
Release 2017
Pages 160
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First edition Highly Commended in the BMA Medical Book Awards 2013! Here's what the judges said: "This is one of the few textbooks I would suggest every clinician reads." From reviews of the first edition: "This is a clearly written and accessible introduction to health economics... This book should prove useful to all those responsible for planning and delivering health service. It is a quick read but also a useful reference for the desk.... I would commend this book as a means by which people .... can better understand both the impact of their own practice on our health economy and also appreciate the methods that are being adopted to determine clinical practice at a regional and super-regional level." Ulster Medical Journal, 2014 Healthcare Economics Made Easy, second edition, is a clear and concise text written for those working in healthcare who need to understand the basics of the subject but who do not want to wade through a specialist health economics text. This new edition builds on the success of the first edition by adding new chapters which provide a comparison across several western economies, as well as a consideration of the US healthcare system. Healthcare Economics Made Easy, second edition, will equip the reader with the necessary skills to make valid decisions based on the economic data and with the background knowledge to understand the health economics literature. This book provides insight into the economic methods that are used to promote public health policies, the techniques used for grading and valuing evidence and the statistics relied upon, without trying to re-train the reader as a health economist. If you are left bemused by terms such as QALY, health utility analysis and cost minimization analysis, then this is the book for you!



Total Cure

Total Cure Author Harold S. Luft
ISBN-10 9780674040366
Release 2009-06-30
Pages 336
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Proposals to reform the health care system typically focus on either increasing private insurance or expanding government-sponsored plans. Guaranteeing that everyone is insured, however, does not create a system with the quality of care patients want, the flexibility clinicians need, and the internal dynamics to continually improve the value of health care. Luft presents a comprehensive new proposal, SecureChoice, which does all that while providing affordable health insurance for every American.



High Impact Human Capital Strategy

High Impact Human Capital Strategy Author Jack Phillips
ISBN-10 9780814436073
Release 2015-08-26
Pages 256
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Traditionally, human resources has focused on recruiting good people, preparing them for assignments, motivating them to perform, and retaining them. These functions remain essential, but to be successful in turbulent times like ours, human capital strategy needs to be broader and much more far-reaching. High-Impact Human Capital Strategy examines 12 critical forces that must be considered: globalization, changes in workforce demographics, skill shortages and mismatches in labor markets, environmental matters, and more. It shows how to incorporate each into an effective overall plan, and how to translate that plan into action. You'll learn to design human capital programs that: Connect with business measures * Achieve positive ROI * Ensure critical talent is in place * Boost engagement * Address work/life balance and other social issues * Reduce the need to outsource Case studies and step-by-step guidelines help you move beyond hiring-training-benefits functions, to develop human capital strategies that deliver measurable value in the face of ongoing challenges.



India s Economic Prospects

India s Economic Prospects Author Thampy Mammen
ISBN-10 9810232330
Release 1999
Pages 362
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This book provides a macroeconomic analysis of the Indian economy. It is a long-run study that spans the period from 1950-51 to 1992-93, encompassing the various turning points in India's economic policy and development strategies. The macroeconometric model used in the book integrates the monetary and real sectors of the economy. In order to provide theoretical underpinnings for the model, the book traces the development of macroeconomic theory including Keynesian, structuralist, and supply-side economics. The model explains the public sector's current and capital expenditures, rather than treating them as exogenous variables. A subrecursive system of prices is formulated in terms of unit cost based on the flow of factor income generated in the process of production, monetary variable, and agriculture supply factors. The model analyzes and evaluates policy changes in India, particularly since 1984. It is used to derive the appropriate mix of fiscal, monetary, and trade policies needed to generate significant economic growth in 1997-2000 in a non-inflationary environment. While fiscal and monetary discipline is vital in this regard, public-sector investment plays an important role in capital formation and economic growth.



Consumer Economics A Practical Overview

Consumer Economics  A Practical Overview Author Steven Dale Soderlind
ISBN-10 9781315291598
Release 2016-09-16
Pages 483
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This work focuses on the service economy, it introduces the fundamentals of markets, consumer choice, financial assessment, risk avoidance, and other topics.



American Economic Policy in the 1990s

American Economic Policy in the 1990s Author Jeffrey A. Frankel
ISBN-10 0262561514
Release 2002
Pages 1119
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An examination of U.S. economic policy in the 1990s, by leading policy makers as well as academic economists.



Health Economics Theory Insights and Industry Studies

Health Economics  Theory  Insights  and Industry Studies Author Rexford E. Santerre
ISBN-10 9781285402628
Release 2012-07-12
Pages 576
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Develop with a solid understanding of the costs and benefits associated with today's health care choices using the current, comprehensive coverage found only in HEALTH ECONOMICS: THEORY, INSIGHTS, AND INDUSTRY STUDIES, 6E. Readers develop a practical, powerful knowledge of today's health care systems as the text builds upon only the core foundation of economic theory. This new edition reflects the latest updates and contemporary developments in insurance and health care reform, including a thorough update of the Nyman Theory and a new appendix covering the Grossman Model. Using a lively, inviting writing style, the book presents all topics in an easy-to-understand format with numerous real-world applications that readers can readily apply to their own lives. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Who shall live

Who shall live Author Victor Robert Fuchs
ISBN-10 OCLC:797457364
Release 1974
Pages 168
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Who shall live has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Who shall live also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Who shall live book for free.



Rationing Health Care

Rationing Health Care Author André den Exter
ISBN-10 9789046605257
Release 2012
Pages 250
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'Medical need' is a factor in health care access decision-making, but merit-considerations are becoming important too. In the shortening of waiting time, priority arrangements are considered and/or introduced, based on non-medical criteria. Simultaneously, in terms of financing, health status has become important due to payment arrangements, limited insurance package options, etc. At the same time, health status disparities, due to socioeconomic inequalities, seem to be increasing. Under these circumstances, confronted with increased health spending, it is expected that rationing will become more eminent. Due to this, the emerging relevant questions are: Who will be responsible for rationing (the market, governments, bureaucrats, physicians, or others)? * How does it function (explicit or implicit)? * What are relevant and acceptable selection criteria (QUALYs, DALYs, health status, sex, age, etc.)? * To what extent is current rationing just? * What can be done to make it more just? *



The Future of Health Policy

The Future of Health Policy Author Victor R. Fuchs
ISBN-10 067433826X
Release 1994
Pages 255
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Americans are understandably concerned about the runaway costs of medical care and the fact that one citizen out of seven is without health insurance coverage. Solving these problems is a top priority for the Clinton administration, but as Victor Fuchs shows, the task is enormously complex. In this book Fuchs provides the reader with the necessary concepts, facts, and analyses to fully comprehend the complicated issues of health policy. He shows why health care reform that benefits society as a whole will unavoidably burden certain individuals and groups.



Biosocial Surveys

Biosocial Surveys Author Committee on Advances in Collecting and Utilizing Biological Indicators and Genetic Information in Social Science Surveys
ISBN-10 9780309108676
Release 2007-12-06
Pages 428
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Biosocial Surveys analyzes the latest research on the increasing number of multipurpose household surveys that collect biological data along with the more familiar interviewer-respondent information. This book serves as a follow-up to the 2003 volume, Cells and Surveys: Should Biological Measures Be Included in Social Science Research? and asks these questions: What have the social sciences, especially demography, learned from those efforts and the greater interdisciplinary communication that has resulted from them? Which biological or genetic information has proven most useful to researchers? How can better models be developed to help integrate biological and social science information in ways that can broaden scientific understanding? This volume contains a collection of 17 papers by distinguished experts in demography, biology, economics, epidemiology, and survey methodology. It is an invaluable sourcebook for social and behavioral science researchers who are working with biosocial data.



Health and Growth

Health and Growth Author Michael Spence
ISBN-10 9780821376607
Release 2009
Pages 189
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This book containes a series of "state of the art" essays on topics related to health and growth. The Commission on Growth and Development (CGD)--in preparing its own Growth Report--wished to take stock of the current state of knowledge and understanding of economic growth, and thus commissioned a series of essays on a range of thematic areas. One such area is health. The following questions are discussed in the book:Does investing in health raise economic growth? Can governments achieve rapid growth or high incomes without investing in health? What are the options and benefits of different an.



The Assault on Social Policy

The Assault on Social Policy Author William Roth
ISBN-10 9780231506243
Release 2001-12-06
Pages 224
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-- Lenora Dannelke, Social Work Today



Religion as a Social Determinant of Public Health

Religion as a Social Determinant of Public Health Author Ellen L. Idler
ISBN-10 9780199389865
Release 2014-08-13
Pages 448
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Frequently in partnership, but sometimes at odds, religious institutions and public health institutions work to improve the well-being of their communities. There is increasing awareness among public health professionals and the general public that the social conditions of poverty, lack of education, income inequality, poor working conditions, and experiences of discrimination play a dominant role in determining health status. But this broad view of the social determinants of health has largely ignored the role of religious practices and institutions in shaping the life conditions of billions around the globe. In Religion as a Social Determinant of Public Health, leading scholars in the social sciences, public health, and religion address this omission by examining the embodied sacred practices of the world's religions, the history of alignment and tension between religious and public health institutions, the research on the health impact of religious practice throughout the life course, and the role of religious institutions in health and development efforts around the globe. In addition, the volume explores religion's role in the ongoing epidemics of HIV/AIDS and Alzheimer's disease, as well as preparations for an influenza pandemic. Together, these groundbreaking essays help complete the picture of the social determinants of health by including religion, which has until now been an invisible determinant.