Tables in English and Hebrew.
|LC Classifications||RA413.5.I75 K86 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||80491136|
Yet if history is any lesson, the health care law marking its 10th anniversary on Monday will evolve and, in time, grow more generous. A Decade of Progress in Cancer Care Dr. Larry Norton of MSK discusses some of the biggest achievements in cancer care made in the last decade, and what he hopes to see next. At about the same time, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) published its routinely cited study focusing on health care quality, Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century. Furthermore, in , the first federal legislation focusing on the reduction of health disparities . A natural follow up to the previous book listed, this one posits that the democratization of data will not be easy and that the medical industry will likely resist adopting new medical technology. A true call to action, this book details what this process will look like, and how people can demand better care.
Glaser on Health Care IT: Perspectives from the Decade that Defined Health Care Information Technology is a collection of some of the most widely read articles that have been published in H&HN Daily, H&HN Weekly, and Most Wired Online in the past decade (–). The columns are dated to show their original publication dates, and the. A crisis of confidence in the health-care-delivery system in the United States began and ended the decade of the s. Although American medical science made spectacular advances and improvements in the overall American death rate and the infant and maternal mortality rates leveled off, the United States still lagged behind many other nations. This online book is the new home of The book traces the story of the NHS, recounting how it was set up, what happened next, and why. It was written by Geoffrey Rivett, and the resource is now maintained and updated by the Nuffield Trust. The MedPAC Data Book provides information on national health care and Medicare spending as well as Medicare beneficiary demographics, dual-eligible beneficiaries, quality of care in the Medicare program, and Medicare beneficiary and other payer liability.
Medical care has improved greatly in the last century, but even with technological advances it remains far from perfect. A few facts from the beginning of the book include these: We’ve made more progress over the last years than in the first , • , more people have gained access to safe water every day for the last 25 years • In the last 50 years world poverty has fallen more than it did in the preceding /5(96). But over the last decade we've made significant strides in medical research, disease treatment and the improvement of patients' quality of life. Description: Rated as one of the top ten journals in healthcare administration, Medical Care is devoted to all aspects of the administration and delivery of healthcare. This scholarly journal publishes original, peer-reviewed papers documenting the most current developments in the rapidly changing field of healthcare.