This course examines in comparative prospective the health care policy problems facing the united states including providing adequate access to medical services for all the control of rising health care costs and the assurance that the quality of health care services is high and improving it explores the market and regulatory policy options being debated politically in the united states to . Comparative health policy provides a broad ranging introduction to the funding provision and governance of a wide array of health systems systematically comparing australia britain germany japan new zealand the netherlands sweden singapore taiwan and the usa. Chapter 7 deals with public health and widens the scope of the previous chapters from health care policy to health policy policies on obesity alcohol and tobacco are briefly discussed the final chapter summarizes what comparing health policies means it reiterates the limitations and discusses what one can learn. 1 comparative health policy an introduction 2 the context of health care 3 funding provision and governance 4 setting priorities and allocating resources 5 the health workforce 6 health care beyond the hospital 7 public health 8 understanding health policy comparatively. Nursing long term care comparative research comparative health policy towards reframing euthanasia and the law a critical appraisal it cannot be gainsaid that issues of euthanasia and end of life decisions have become of one the most controversial items in contemporary health law discussions
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