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Category: Management
How can we best deal with the trade-off between quality and access on the one hand and affordability on the other?
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Category: Economics
In what sense do Americans have a right to medical care? In what sense is access to medical care not a right? How have the reforms at the state level helped define the nature of the right to medical care in this country?  
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Category: Economics
Altman and Rodwin ("Halfway Competitive Markets and Ineffective Regulation," Journal of Health Policy, Politics and Law 13(2), Summer 1988, 323-339) argue that the medical care system in the United States exhibits neither effective competition nor effective government regulation. Would we be better off if we decisively adopted one approach or the o...
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Category: Economics
The U.S. health care delivery system has been criticized for its structural defects: high costs, large numbers of uninsured, and a failure to promote high-quality health in the population. What possible approaches to health care reform do you think are morally acceptable, economically effective, and politically feasible? Elaborate on the key featur...
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Category: Economics
Describe the major elements of the ACA. What problem is the legislation trying to address? How is the cost? How is it financed? What are the major objections to the legislation?  
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