Index
Aaron, Henry J., 21, 128, 137, 141, 167
Ability to pay, rationing by, 27, 80, 82
Abortion, 64-65, 66, 75, 148; issues of, 144; political aspects, 106
Abram, Morris B., 33-34, 246, 247
Abrams, N. E., 183
Accident rates, and alcohol abuse, 211
Acute salpingitis, 226-27
Adelstein, A. M., 221
Administration, government, and public policymaking, 181
Adminstrative Procedures Act of 1946, 181
Adolescent girls: sexually transmitted diseases, 226-27; smoking and pregnancy, 72
Adoption of child, 62
Advisory committees, 181-82
Advisory Committee to the Surgeon General, 216
Aesculapius (computer program), 24
Age: and fertility of women, 227-30; and health insurance, 87; and rationing of health care, 85
Agencies, federal, 161-65
Aging of population, 11-12
Ahrens, E. H., 224
AI (Artificial insemination), 62
AID (Artificial insemination by doctor), 62
AIDS, media coverage, 245
Air pollution, from wood stoves, 230- 31
Alameda County, California, 209
Alcohol: abuse of, 209, 232; and cancer, 221; and fetal disorders, 70-71; and illness, 210-15; public policy, 203; taxes on, 205
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, 162
Allegrante, John P., 198
Allocation of medical care, 77-134
Altman, Drew E., 28, 29, 116
American Academy of Pediatrics, and Baby Doe regulations, 58, 59
American Hospital Association, and Baby Doe regulations, 59
American Medical Association: and Baby Doe regulations, 59; Health Policy Agenda for the American People (HPA), 172, 206, 237
Ames, Bruce, 222
Anderson, Gerald F., 12
Annas, George J., 1, 47, 58, 99, 246
Annis, Linda F., 69
Anson, Ronald J., 154
Antibiotics, 12
Anticarcinogens, 222
Antonov, A. N., 69
Arehart-Treichel, J., 152
Arras, John D., 58
Artificial heart, 8, 45, 107, 124
Artificial insemination (AI), 62
Artificial wombs, 65
Ashley, John T., 130
Assessment stage of policy process, 108- 11
Attentive public, and policy decisions, 176-77, 178
Austen, W. Gerald, 42, 43
Automobile accidents, and alcohol abuse, 211
Automobile industry, health care costs, 18
Autonomy in health care allocation, 124-25
Avorn, Jerry, 85, 116

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • The Context of Health Care in the United States 1
  • Critical Health Care Issues 39
  • The Allocation and Rationing of Medical Care 77
  • The Role of Government Institutions 135
  • Prospects for the Future: Making the Hard Choices 189
  • References 253
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