It is no secret that health care in the United States is managed by a confusing welter of institutions, regulations, corporations and government agencies. Paperwork is rampant at every level and much time and money are wasted while millions of people go without needed medical attention. For this "system" the U.S. spends about twice as much per capita as most developed countries. Despite this level of expense, over 40,000,000 people in our country have no health insurance. During his long career in family practice in Idaho and his work in many other countries, Dr. Lebow accumulated a reservoir of experience on which he draws to address the problem of health care in the U.S. In this book, he tackles this monumental issue with clarity and forthrightness. His prescription for our health care quagmire is a national health program which includes universal coverage, as is the case in every other industrialized country.
|Publisher:||Hood, Alan C. Company, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.36(w) x 9.18(h) x 1.02(d)|