American Health Care Blues

Blue Cross, HMOs, and Pragmatic Reform Since 1960
 
 
Transaction Publishers
  • erscheint ca. am 30. Juli 1996
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 148 Seiten
978-1-56000-265-9 (ISBN)
 
  • Englisch
  • Somerset
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Inc
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
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  • Für Beruf und Forschung
978-1-56000-265-9 (9781560002659)
1560002654 (1560002654)

-This is the most recent of several books examining Blue Cross as an organization and its changing role in the US health care system... It is essentially a case study and a social history of the role of Blue Cross in the health care industry's transition over the past 25 years... [T]he book is quite informative and is highly recommended for graduate students, faculty, researchers, and professionals in the areas of health policy, public health, and health administration.-

--M. Fottler, Choice

-Miller has told an interesting story from the perspective of John Dewey. It is a valuable contribution to the literature on leadership.-

--Philip Selznick, University of California, Berkeley

-This is a very interesting and unusual book, and provides great insight into the Blue Cross movement in American society. Altogether fascinating a wonderful bit of Americana.-

--Odin W. Anderson, University of Wisconsin, Madison

-This is must reading for anyone interested in reforming or transforming the American health system. . . . [You] will find Miller's frame of reference extremely insightful and useful.-

--Robert Sigmund, Temple University

-Anyone wishing the understand present day developments in health care will find this extremely well-written book . . . indispensible.-

--Dr. Frank Riessman, founding editor, Social Policy "This is the most recent of several books examining Blue Cross as an organization and its changing role in the US health care system... It is essentially a case study and a social history of the role of Blue Cross in the health care industry's transition over the past 25 years... [T]he book is quite informative and is highly recommended for graduate students, faculty, researchers, and professionals in the areas of health policy, public health, and health administration."

--M. Fottler, Choice

"Miller has told an interesting story from the perspective of John Dewey. It is a valuable contribution to the literature on leadership."

--Philip Selznick, University of California, Berkeley

"This is a very interesting and unusual book, and provides great insight into the Blue Cross movement in American society. Altogether fascinating a wonderful bit of Americana."

--Odin W. Anderson, University of Wisconsin, Madison

"This is must reading for anyone interested in reforming or transforming the American health system. . . . [You] will find Miller's frame of reference extremely insightful and useful."

--Robert Sigmund, Temple University

"Anyone wishing the understand present day developments in health care will find this extremely well-written book . . . indispensible."

--Dr. Frank Riessman, founding editor, Social Policy "This is the most recent of several books examining Blue Cross as an organization and its changing role in the US health care system... It is essentially a case study and a social history of the role of Blue Cross in the health care industry's transition over the past 25 years... [T]he book is quite informative and is highly recommended for graduate students, faculty, researchers, and professionals in the areas of health policy, public health, and health administration."

--M. Fottler, Choice

"Miller has told an interesting story from the perspective of John Dewey. It is a valuable contribution to the literature on leadership."

--Philip Selznick, University of California, Berkeley

"This is a very interesting and unusual book, and provides great insight into the Blue Cross movement in American society. Altogether fascinating a wonderful bit of Americana."

--Odin W. Anderson, University of Wisconsin, Madison

"This is must reading for anyone interested in reforming or transforming the American health system. . . . [You] will find Miller's frame of reference extremely insightful and useful."

--Robert Sigmund, Temple University

"Anyone wishing the understand present day developments in health care will find this extremely well-written book . . . indispensible."

--Dr. Frank Riessman, founding editor, Social Policy

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