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The authors of New Rules tell the story of regulation in the health care industry. They outline the evolution of health care regulation over the last quarter century, and describe ways to convert the system into one that can help practitioners provide better care. Finally, they offer helpful "prescriptions" for change in specific arenas of regulation.
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|1||The Role of Regulation||1|
|2||The Regulatory Landscape Through the Early 1970s||35|
|3||The History of Research on Health Care Quality||93|
|4||The Evolution of Health Care and Its Regulation||149|
|5||The Federalization of Health Care Oversight: Implications for Quality||227|
|6||Regulation and Quality Improvement in Health Care Today||297|
|7||Regulation for Improvement: A Prescription||337|