Planning for the Nation's Health: A Study of Twentieth-Century Developments in the United States


Preface The Topic of Health Planning Part I. The History of Health Planning Health Planning Proposals and Programs The Effects of Health Planning Over Time The Rise and Decline of Professional Control Evaluating Health Planning Part II. The Urban HSA The Participants' Evaluation of Success The Emergence of Groups The "Teeth" in the Law That Didn't Work Part III. Summary and Implications Conclusions Appendix References Index