By Steven R. Eastaugh
This work is a comprehensive study of the status, problem areas, and probable direction of health care financing. It is meant to respond to text and instruction needs. Eastaugh's book is also sufficiently inclusive to constitute a source book for professionals in health care administration and benefits planning. The 22 chapters cover all of the issues that relate to the high costs of medical care. Eastaugh includes exhaustive references to current research and makes practical recommendations for improving the provision of care and the containment of costs.
- New York