Health Care Access: Implications for Higher Education
Drayton-Brooks, Shirlee, ABNF Journal
Abstract: The author discusses historical factors contributing to the health care crisis in America and reasons for the skyrocketing costs of health using an analogy of David versus Goliath. Even though Americans spend trillions on health care, the author states that America is ranked 37th in the world in terms of its health care delivery system. The author uses the methods used to manage the health care system in discussing how such a system could impact higher education and offers some solutions to same.
Key Words: Nursing, Health Care Access, Higher Education
AMERICA: WORLD LEADER
The United States Government has been likened to David's opponent Goliath. …
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Publication information: Article title: Health Care Access: Implications for Higher Education. Contributors: Drayton-Brooks, Shirlee - Author. Journal title: ABNF Journal. Volume: 17. Issue: 4 Publication date: Fall 2006. Page number: 123+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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