Studies in Health Economics & Policy

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A Global Analysis of Heart Attack
Mark B. McClellan and Daniel P. Kessler, Editors
Illuminates the causes and consequences of technological change in health care in the developed world
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Hardcover 2002 $95.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Technological Change in Health Care" to Cart
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The objective of this series is to bring important and careful economic analysis of health care issues to a broad community, with a particular emphasis on policy. The startling transformation of this industry, along with the chronic problems of the uninsured, the cost of care for the middle class, and the problem of financing Medicare all have important economic dimensions. As medical services and health insurance markets are transforming, whether one considers private insurance, the rise of competitive managed care insurers, or the creation of privately supplied options for Medicare, the need for study has grown. The series will provide a vehicle for presenting economic views on these subjects to a broader audience than is reached by professional journals, and will permit treatment of relevant policy issues in greater depth. It will also provide a regular and identified source of such studies.

Studies in Health Economics & Policy

The objective of this series is to bring important and careful economic analysis of health care issues to a broad community, with a particular emphasis on policy. The startling transformation of this industry, along with the chronic problems of the uninsured, the cost of care for the middle class, and the problem of financing Medicare all have important economic dimensions. As medical services and health insurance markets are transforming, whether one considers private insurance, the rise of competitive managed care insurers, or the creation of privately supplied options for Medicare, the need for study has grown. The series will provide a vehicle for presenting economic views on these subjects to a broader audience than is reached by professional journals, and will permit treatment of relevant policy issues in greater depth. It will also provide a regular and identified source of such studies.


Mark V. Pauly, Ph.D., Health Care Systems Dept., University of Pennsylvania

Jack Hadley, Ph.D., Institute for Health Care Research and Policy, Georgetown University Medical Center

Martin Gaynor, Ph.D., H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University

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Series Editors

Mark V. Pauly, Ph.D., Health Care Systems Dept., University of Pennsylvania

Jack Hadley, Ph.D., Institute for Health Care Research and Policy, Georgetown University Medical Center

Martin Gaynor, Ph.D., H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University


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