Sered, Susan S., and Rushika Fernandopulle. Uninsured in America: Life & Death of the Land of
of Opportunity. Berkley: University of California Press, 2005. Print.
Sered and Fernandopulle argue why America current health system is in such horrible condition. Based on interviews with 120 uninsured men and women, medical providers, policy makers, and advocates in America, they discuss the consequences of being uninsured. There are more than forty million people uninsured in America and they detail what it means for society as a whole when so many people suffer the consequences of inadequate medical care. They analyze America job’s market and how fewer long-term jobs with health benefits are available. Sered is research director of Religion, Health, and Healing Initiative at the Center for the Study of Work Religion at Harvard University. Rushika Fernandopulle is Executive Director of the Harvard Interfaculty Program for Health Systems Improvement. This book provides personal experiences from uninsured people and the responses from politics and insurance providers. This allow me to understand how having no care from lack of health insurance affects people in my research.
Relman, Arnold S., A Second Opinion: Rescuing America’s Healthcare. New York:
PublicAffairs, 2007. Print
Relman emphasizes three points in his novel. These points highlight factual review of historical currents in American health care, a critique of current ideas on reform, and a detailed proposal for the future. He proposes that health care can be reduce by cutting cost by eliminating private insurance and a public single-payer system would create a universal package that would benefit all. In addition, doctors would practice within multi-speciality not-for-profit organizations. Then their salaries would be determined through management of the group. This would result in enormous savings and better care for all. Arnold S. Relman is a renowned physician, proffesor at Harvad Medical School, and former editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine. Relman realize the potential of changing the American healthcare system that is affordable and more effective than what is in effect today. This book provides a innovated perceptive on how changing health care can be possible and provide information that can strengthen my argument in my research.
Jacobs, Jennie and Micheal R. Kronenfelf. Healthcare Reform in America: A Reference Book.
Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2004. Print.
Jacobs and Kronenfelf give an authoritative look at the core issues of the healthcare debate in the United States. They focus on reform in healthcare in America. This gives a general overview of the failed attempts at health care reform in the last century. The authors identify the economic, social, and political forces that pushed for a national system and those that prevented it from coming into affect. They detail the concerns of healthcare delivery system, reform, and policy. Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld is professor of sociology at Arizona State University. She has authored over 20 books on a wide variety of topics related to health and social policy. Michael R. Kronenfeld is director of the Educational Resources Center at University of Health Sciences He has published over 20 articles on trends and future directions for academic medical libraries. This book appears be a great place to start my research because it is an overview of the health care issue and it is objective.
Kotlikoff, Laurence J., The Healthcare Fix: Universal Insurance for All Americans. Cambridge:
The MIT Press, 2007. Print
Kotlikoff details his approach to secure America’s fiscal and economical future which would provide universal insurance for all Americans. He criticizes the failed attempt to keep an effective healthcare system. He proposes that all Americans can receive annunal vouchers for health insurance, which is based by their...
Bibliography: Sered, Susan S., and Rushika Fernandopulle. Uninsured in America: Life & Death of the Land of of Opportunity. Berkley: University of California Press, 2005. Print.
Relman, Arnold S., A Second Opinion: Rescuing America’s Healthcare. New York: PublicAffairs, 2007. Print
Relman emphasizes three points in his novel
Jacobs, Jennie and Micheal R. Kronenfelf. Healthcare Reform in America: A Reference Book. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2004. Print.
Daniel, Eileen L., and Carol Levine. Taking Sides: Classing Views on Controversial Issues in Health and Society. Guilford: McGraw-Hill, 2001. Print.
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Makover argues traditional patient centered care has been replaced by corporate business managed care
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