This book analyses the wave of competition-oriented reform by comparing “internal market reform” (proposed in publicly-funded health care systems) with “managed competition reform” (proposed in systems with a mixture of public/private financing) and the role of “managed care” in each of these reform theories. International Health Care Reform clearly explains the arguments in economics and justice for intervention by governments in health care markets; the structure and dynamics of health...
Two researchers were honoured for their efforts to engage ordinary citizens in science. Congratulations to professor Jeremy Kerr 🐝 and Kumanan Wilson🤳! https://t.co/odKGX78gB2 pic.twitter.com/yxOjxzfJJB— Recherche uOttawa (@uOttawaResearch) April 19, 2018
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