This four-volume collection covers the organization, financing and regulation of health care systems in four distinct contexts: financing and delivering health care, reforming health care systems, new forms of health system, and rethinking health care systems.
A general introduction provides a review of the collection as a whole, and individual introductions set the context for each volume, providing a unique and valuable resource for student and scholar alike.
Volume I. Reforming Health Care Systems Volume II. Understanding Health Care Politics Volume III. Financing and Delivering Health Care Volume IV. Rethinking Health Care Systems
The Major Themes in Health and Social Welfare series includes a strong backlist of influential health and social welfare titles.Titles within the series cover highly researched areas with a high output of material that is often difficult to navigate or locate.
Titles within this series include key research areas, such as Suicide, Mental Health, Addiction and Gender and Health.
Each collection is edited and introduced by leading experts within the field, placing the collated resources in context alongside an analysis of key themes.