Who Has the Cure?: Hamilton Project Ideas on Health Care

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The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution was established to foster policy innovation from leading economic thiners-ideas based on evidence and experience, not ideology and doctrine. The overall goal is to promote America's longterm economic growth, provide for broad-based participation in that growth, and enhance the economic security of American families. This important book brings The Hamilton Project's approach to one of the most critical issues facing Americans today-health care.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815730088
  • Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/2008
  • Pages: 175
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Jason Furman is a senior fellow in the Economic Studies program (currently on leave) and former director of The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution. He and Jason Bordoff are coeditors of Path to Prosperity: Hamilton Project Ideas on Income Security, Education, and Taxes.

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Table of Contents

1 Universal, Effective, and Affordable Health Insurance: An Economic Imperative Jason Furman Furman, Jason Robert E. Rubin Rubin, Robert E. 1

2 Achieving Universal Coverage through Medicare Part E(veryone) Gerard F. Anderson Anderson, Gerard F. Hugh R. Waters Waters, Hugh R. 9

3 Evolving beyond Traditional Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Stuart M. Butler Butler, Stuart M. 49

4 A Comprehensive Cure: The Guaranteed Health Care Access Plan - A Voucher-Style Reform Ezekiel J. Emanuel Emanuel, Ezekiel J. Victor R. Fuchs Fuchs, Victor R. 91

5 Taking Massachusetts National: Incremental Universalism for the United States Jonathan Gruber Gruber, Jonathan 121

6 Mending the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit: Improving Consumer Choices and Restructuring Purchasing Richard G. Frank Frank, Richard G. Joseph P. Newhouse Newhouse, Joseph P. 143

7 The Promise of Progressive Cost Consciousness in Health Care Reform Jason Furman Furman, Jason 175

8 A Wellness Trust to Prioritize Disease Prevention Jeanne M. Lambrew Lambrew, Jeanne M. 227

Contributors 265

Index 269

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