Health Care Systems of the Developed World: How the United States' System Remains an Outlier available in Hardcover
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Presenting a brief analysis of health care systems in industrialized nations, the author includes the history, current realities, financing and delivery of services, as well as the impact of the systems on the core sociological variablesage, sex, social class, and race and ethnicity. The systems spotlighted are those in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, and Japan.
The author's study of these varied health care systems shows two models are significantly more comprehensive, regardless of country, and that health outcomes are differentiated on the basis of sociological variables, regardless of health care systems.
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About the Author
DUANE A. MATCHA is Associate Professor of Sociology at Siena College in Loudenville, New York.
Table of Contents
The United States