2 edition of Distributing health care found in the catalog.
Distributing health care
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited and introduced by Niall Maclean.|
|Series||St. Andrews studies in philosophy and public affairs -- v. 8|
|Contributions||Maclean, Niall, 1972-|
|LC Classifications||RA393 .D57 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||2008295905|
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©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Description of the book "Principles in Health Economics and Policy: Distributing Health Care": Principles in Health Economics and Policy is a clear and concise introduction to health economics and its application to health policy. It introduces the subject of economics, explains the fundamental failures in the market for health care, and.
Participatory Health through Social Media explores how traditional models of healthcare can be delivered differently through social media and online games, and how these technologies are changing the relationship between patients and healthcare professionals, as well as their impact on health behavior change. The book also examines how the. Norman Daniels examines some of the dilemmas thrown up by conflicting demands for medical attention, and goes on to advance a theory of justice in the distribution of health care. The central argument is that health care, both preventive and acute, has a crucial effect on equality of opportunity, and that a principle guaranteeing equality of.
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This is a new health economics textbook with a difference. It is based firmly in the discipline of economics and, as such, it fills a gap in the health economics market.
But, unlike other texts in the area, it is very explicit about the distributive implications Distributing health care book economic models and it provides clear rathionale for public involvement in the market for health care.
Distributing Health Care book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a new health economics textbook with a difference. It is /5. The book succeeds in explaining how health economics can be useful and how a better understanding of the depth of the problems that society faces in the distribution of health care can help us address problems in a systematic and incremental : Terry N Flynn.
A central part of the book contains a discussion of those techniques that are increasingly being used to aid decisions about how to distribute health care. Beyond the parameters included in economic evaluation techniques such as cost- benefit analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis, the book discusses some key ethical issues that are relevant Cited by: Distributing Health Care: Principles, Practices and Politics (St Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs): Medicine & Health Science Books @ This is a new health economics textbook with a difference.
It is based firmly in the discipline of economics and, as such, it fills a gap in the health economics market. But, unlike other texts in the area, it is very explicit about the distributive implications of economic models and it provides clear rationale for public involvement in the market for health care.
Distributing Health Care. by Niall Maclean (editor) St Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs (Book 8) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Andrews UK. PDF | On Jan 1,Christel Protière and others published "Distributing health care.
Economic and ethical issues" Book Comment | Find, read and. Books shelved as healthcare: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande, The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheap. Get this from a library. Distributing health care: economic and ethical issues.
[Paul Dolan; Jan Abel Olsen] -- A health economics textbook which is explicit about the distributive implications of economic models, and provides clear rationale for public involvement in the market for health care.
Discusses. Get this from a library. Distributing health care: principles, practices, and policies. [Niall Maclean;] -- How ought a society to distribute its publicly funded healthcare resources. Few questions are in more urgent need of an answer. This multidisciplinary investigation. Daniels’ work is one of the most complete attempts to date to provide an integrated theory for promoting health and distributing it fairly this book makes compelling reading for anyoneconcerned about the need to address the growing demands for global justice regarding health care.' Source: Medicine, Health Care and PhilosophyCited by: The table below lists nine health care distributors.
The smallest company in the table, Accredo Health, has revenue of $ million and a market value of $ million. Yaffe is bullish on Accredo. Principles in health economics and policy: Distributing health care / Edition 2 available in Paperback. Read an excerpt of this book.
Add to Wishlist. ISBN ISBN Pub. Date: 10/11/ the book starts by defining health and then moves into discussions about healthcare financing using good simplistic terms.
The Price: $ Distributing Health Care Principles, Kindle Book Adobe PDF eBook MB; Niall Maclean (Editor) Niall Maclean is a barrister based in chambers in London.
Before coming to the Bar, he worked in academia and in public policy research for a leading Westminster think tank. More about Niall Maclean. Health Distro Distributing Health and Wellness around the world.
PROJECTS ABOUT US. Distributing Healthy Products to Improve Your Life Contact us today for information on how Health Distro can help you fulfill your sales success –. provision of medical care, although it is an argument for distributing medical care solely on the basis of “need.” However, it is hard to imagine who the distributor of such a service could be if not the State.
For all practical purposes, then, Williams’argument may be considered to be an argument for some system of public health care. health care and health research is known as the 10/90 gap. The 10/90 gap refers to the statistical finding of the Global Forum for Health Research that only about ten per cent of worldwide expenditures on health research and development are devoted to problems that primarily affect the poorest 90 per cent of the world's Size: KB.
Home health care can be more cost effective than skilled nursing facility care. While outcomes in general may not be better, home care may well be safer and in Author: Howard Gleckman. P Dolan, J A Olsen. Oxford University Press, Oxford,pp£ ISBN Firstly, a remark on the form: the presentation of this book is very agreeable particularly with a synthetic conclusion at the end of each chapter, which emphasises points related to the distributional aspects.
Moreover, the chapters could be read independently, Author: Christel Protiere. Kim Carney, “Cost Containment and Justice,” in Earl E. Shelp (ed.), Justice and Health Care, Dordrecht, Holland: D.
Reidel Publishing Co., (), – Carney lists other reasons as well, such as the inability of consumers to assess the quality of care they are receiving, the practice of third party payers to pay on a reasonable-cost basis (which practice gives physicians and Cited by: 7.
Introduction. Issues related to the equity in distribution of health resources are considered as the most important challenges for researchers, planners and policy-makers in the health sector (1, 2).Equity, by definition, means equal distribution of resources among the people in consideration of their needs (3–6).Conducted studies in Iran have mostly assessed the Cited by: Metro’s COVID Task Force, in partnership with area health care systems and medical colleges, has launched the COVID Community Assessment System at Nissan Stadium and other sites around the.