International Health Care Reform: A Legal, Economic, and Political Analysis

International Health Care Reform: A Legal, Economic, and Political Analysis

International Health Care Reform: A Legal, Economic, and Political Analysis

International Health Care Reform: A Legal, Economic, and Political Analysis

Synopsis

This volume examines the two models of health care reform, managed competition and internal markets, that are increasingly becoming the dominant paradigm in European and North American policy by considering the experience of reform in the U.S., Canada, the U.K, the Netherlands and New Zealand, the author analyzes which reform model is likely to efficiently ensure access for all citizens to a comprehensive range of services and draws out the implications for policy.
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