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Why Don't Doctors & Lawyers (Strangers In The Night) Get Their Act Together?, Frances H. Miller May 2004

Why Don't Doctors & Lawyers (Strangers In The Night) Get Their Act Together?, Frances H. Miller

Michigan Law Review

Health care in America is an expensive, complicated, inefficient, tangled mess - everybody says so. Patients decry its complexity, health care executives bemoan its lack of coherence, physicians plead for universal coverage to simplify their lives so they can just get on with taking care of patients, and everyone complains about health care costs. The best health care in the world is theoretically available here, but we deliver and pay for it in some of the world's worst ways. Occam's razor ("Among competing hypotheses, favor the simplest one") is of little help here. There are no simple hypotheses - everything ...


Universal Coverage And The American Health Care System In Crisis (Again), Rick Mayes Jan 2004

Universal Coverage And The American Health Care System In Crisis (Again), Rick Mayes

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


Medicaid: Issues And Challenges For Health Coverage Of The Low-Income Population, Diane Rowland Jan 2004

Medicaid: Issues And Challenges For Health Coverage Of The Low-Income Population, Diane Rowland

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.