Titel: Financing Healthcare in the 1990s
Verlag: Open University Press, Buckingham, United Kingdom
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No dust jacket
Art des Buches: Ex-Library
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The British National Health Service has embarked on a massive programme of change in the way it provides healthcare. The financing of the Health Service is at the heart of this change and controversies over this issue are likely to stay with us in the coming decade, whichever political party is in power. This book explores some of the directions that the financing of healthcare could take over the next ten years. For instance, will the Conservative government's stated commitment to a healthcare system financed out of general taxation remain? Or, if the current reforms fail to bring measurable benefits of any significance, will the political pressures to take reforms even further lead to still greater changes in funding, financing and operations? Will the state of the national economy necessitate further reforms? Or might the reforms to date take an uncharted path, with some unexpected outcomes?.
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