Politics, Hierarchy, and Public Health Voting Patterns in the 2016 US Presidential Election
Economics and HIV The Sickness of Economics
Individual Decisions for Health
State Health Insurance Market Reform Toward Inclusive and Sustainable Health Insurance Markets
Copayments and the Demand for Prescription Drugs
Reconfiguring Global Health Innovation
Efficiency Measurement in Health and Health Care
Evidence-Based Medicine In its Place
Edited By Marek Ćwiklicki, Mariusz Duplaga, Jacek Klich
December 31, 2021
Health 4.0 is a term that has derived from the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), as it pertains to the healthcare industry. This book offers a novel, concise, but at the same time, broad picture of the challenges that the technological revolution has created for the healthcare system. ...
By Songül Çınaroğlu
October 30, 2020
Ensuring equity in healthcare is the main concern of health policymakers in order to provide a sustainable health system. This concern is more prominent in developing countries due to the scarcity of resources. This book provides a comprehensive analysis and discussion on the distributive pattern ...
By Deborah Wallace, Rodrick Wallace
June 13, 2019
Steep socioeconomic hierarchy in post-industrial Western society threatens public health because of the physiological consequences of material and psychosocial insecurities and deprivations. Following on from their previous books, the authors continue their exploration of the geography of early ...
Edited By Davide Consoli, Andrea Mina, Richard R. Nelson, Ronnie Ramlogan
October 21, 2015
This book brings together a collection of empirical case studies featuring a wide spectrum of medical innovation. While there is no unique pathway to successful medical innovation, recurring and distinctive features can be observed across different areas of clinical practice. This book examines why...
By Deborah Johnston
February 27, 2015
Economics has largely failed to provide useful insights on the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The inability of a dominant branch of social science to assist in understanding an illness with significant social, economic and emotional effects is a serious failing in its own right. Moreover, the inadequacy in its...
Edited By Bjorn Lindgren
March 31, 2014
Although economics is a relative newcomer to research into the determinants of good health, its significance should not be under-estimated. This book poses the important question of whether economic theory can be developed to explain why people engage in activities that are obviously a danger to ...
By Joel C. Cantor, Alan C. Monheit
September 25, 2012
In this volume, leading American health economists provide a critical assessment of the current state of knowledge of insurance market reform that is accessible to both policy-makers and researchers....
By Domenico Esposito
July 11, 2012
Increasing prescription drug cost-sharing by patients - in the form of increasing copayments - is one of the most striking, and controversial, developments in the health sector over recent years. The exact nature and use of copayments by health care insurers continues to be hot topic of debate. ...
By Padmashree Gehl Sampath
December 01, 2010
Reconfiguring Global Health Innovation presents the findings of multi-year research, contrasting experiences of different latecomer countries in building health innovation systems to cater to local needs. It analyses the emerging industrial structures in health innovation as more and more latecomer...
By Bruce Hollingsworth, Stuart J. Peacock
November 24, 2009
This book provides a concise synthesis of leading edge research in the theory and practise of efficiency measurement in health and health care. Whilst much of the literature in this area is confusing and impregnable, Hollingsworth and Peacock show the logical links between the economic theory ...
Edited By Sara Bennett, Lucy Gilson, Anne Mills
February 10, 2009
Accessible and edited by authors based at a top institution, this book provides readers with an excellent summary in an easy-to-read style of this burgeoning field of research. In this volume Bennett, Gilson and Mills have gathered together essays written by academics and experts in the fields of ...
Edited By Ivar Sonbo Kristiansen, Gavin Mooney
September 06, 2006
Evidence based medicine is defined as the conscientious explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients. This superb collection takes a critical view of this concept and examines the economic implications of its imposition....