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Americans spend more money per capita on health care than people in any other country, but in the world, we rank 50th in longevity. In this clarifying, timely book, physician and New York Times health columnist Ezekiel Emanuel addresses the intricate problems related to our troubled health care system as an insider, having been involved in White House discussions on details of the Affordable Health Care Act. (His brother is Ron Emanuel, Obama's first chief of staff and current mayor of Chicago.) Now that the dust on the controversies over "Obamacare" has someone settled, The Reinvention of American Health Care enables readers to tackle practical questions about how this new law will really affect their family's medical issues. A core text that arrives just when we need it.