The Resource Health policy reform : competition and controls, Robert B. Helms, editor

Health policy reform : competition and controls, Robert B. Helms, editor

Label
Health policy reform : competition and controls
Title
Health policy reform
Title remainder
competition and controls
Statement of responsibility
Robert B. Helms, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Helms, Robert B
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Medical care
Label
Health policy reform : competition and controls, Robert B. Helms, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Part 1. The evidence of spending controls. 1. The fatal attraction of price controls / Stuart M. Butler -- 2. Regulatory limits in a process-oriented society / Charles Stalon -- 3. Effectiveness of state regulation of hospital revenue in the 1980s / Bernard Friedman, Rosanna M. Coffey. Commentary on part one / Robert Crandall, Robert Rubin, Marvin H. Kosters -- Part 2. Will global budgeting work? 4. Global budgets: why, what, how? / Patricia Danzon -- 5. Rent seeking, global budgets, and the managed-competition cartel / Henry N. Butler. Commentary on part 2 / Martha Phillips, Norman J. Ornstein -- Part 3. Managed competition. 6. Killing with kindness: why some forms of managed competition might needlessly stifle competitive managed care / Mark V. Pauly -- 7. The effectiveness of managed competition in reducing the costs of health insurance / Roger Feldman, Bryan Dowd -- 8. The effects of managed competition: theory and real-world experience / Alain Enthoven. Commentary on part 3 / Stan Jones, Harry Sutton, Jr., Robert Waller -- Part 4. Competition in a changing market. 9. California providers adjust to increasing price competition / Jack Zwanziger, Glenn A. Melnick, Anil Bamezai -- 10. Collective purchasing and competition in health care / Sean Sullivan -- 11. The political economy of the federal employees health benefits program / Walton Francis. Commentary on part 4 / Stephen C. Schoenbaum, Jack Scanlon, Jr., Arthur Lifson --
  • Part 5. Prospects for health policy reform. 12. History and politics: a keynote address / Bill Gradison
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 331 p.
Isbn
9780844738444
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
93036870
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)28964095
Label
Health policy reform : competition and controls, Robert B. Helms, editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Part 1. The evidence of spending controls. 1. The fatal attraction of price controls / Stuart M. Butler -- 2. Regulatory limits in a process-oriented society / Charles Stalon -- 3. Effectiveness of state regulation of hospital revenue in the 1980s / Bernard Friedman, Rosanna M. Coffey. Commentary on part one / Robert Crandall, Robert Rubin, Marvin H. Kosters -- Part 2. Will global budgeting work? 4. Global budgets: why, what, how? / Patricia Danzon -- 5. Rent seeking, global budgets, and the managed-competition cartel / Henry N. Butler. Commentary on part 2 / Martha Phillips, Norman J. Ornstein -- Part 3. Managed competition. 6. Killing with kindness: why some forms of managed competition might needlessly stifle competitive managed care / Mark V. Pauly -- 7. The effectiveness of managed competition in reducing the costs of health insurance / Roger Feldman, Bryan Dowd -- 8. The effects of managed competition: theory and real-world experience / Alain Enthoven. Commentary on part 3 / Stan Jones, Harry Sutton, Jr., Robert Waller -- Part 4. Competition in a changing market. 9. California providers adjust to increasing price competition / Jack Zwanziger, Glenn A. Melnick, Anil Bamezai -- 10. Collective purchasing and competition in health care / Sean Sullivan -- 11. The political economy of the federal employees health benefits program / Walton Francis. Commentary on part 4 / Stephen C. Schoenbaum, Jack Scanlon, Jr., Arthur Lifson --
  • Part 5. Prospects for health policy reform. 12. History and politics: a keynote address / Bill Gradison
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 331 p.
Isbn
9780844738444
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
93036870
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)28964095

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