eBook Debates on U.S. Health Care, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1452266646
  • ISBN-13: 9781452266640
  • DDC: 362.10973
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1384 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released October 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
About the Editors.
About the Contributors.
Preface.
1: Philosophical, Political, and Legal Debates.
2: Moral Significance of Health Care.
3: Introduction.
4: Point.
5: Counterpoint.
6: Health Care and Human Health.
7: Introduction.
8: Point.
9: Counterpoint.
10: Health Care as a Human Right.
11: Introduction.
12: Point.
13: Counterpoint.
14: Individual and Societal Responsibility for Health.
15: Introduction.
16: Point.
17: Counterpoint.
18: The Role of the Market in Health Care.
19: Introduction.
20: Point.
21: Counterpoint.
22: Racial Disparities in Health Status and Accessing Health Care.
23: Introduction.
24: Point.
25: Counterpoint.
26: Single-Payer Health Care System.
27: Introduction.
28: Point.
29: Counterpoint.
30: Public Opinion and Health Care Reform.
31: Introduction.
32: Point.
33: Counterpoint.
34: States’ Rights and Health Care Reform.
35: Introduction.
36: Point.
37: Counterpoint.
38: Liberty and the Individual Mandate.
39: Introduction.
40: Point.
41: Counterpoint.
42: Federal Authority over the Individual Mandate.
43: Introduction.
44: Point.
45: Counterpoint.
46: Underserved Communities and Health Care Reform.
47: Introduction.
48: Point.
49: Counterpoint.
50: Abortion and Reproductive Health Services.
51: Introduction.
52: Point.
53: Counterpoint.
54: Reforming Medical Malpractice Liability.
55: Introduction.
56: Point.
57: Counterpoint.
58: Economic and Fiscal Debates.
59: Individual Mandate.
60: Introduction.
61: Point.
62: Counterpoint.
63: Insurance Regulation.
64: Introduction.
65: Point.
66: Counterpoint.
67: Insurance Exchanges.
68: Introduction.
69: Point.
70: Counterpoint.
71: Employer Mandate.
72: Introduction.
73: Point.
74: Counterpoint.
75: Deficit Reduction.
76: Introduction.
77: Point.
78: Counterpoint.
79: Tax Treatment of Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance.
80: Introduction.
81: Point.
82: Counterpoint.
83: Taxing High-Cost (Cadillac) Plans.
84: Introduction.
85: Point.
86: Counterpoint.
87: Price Transparency.
88: Introduction.
89: Point.
90: Counterpoint.
91: Accountable Care Organizations.
92: Introduction.
93: Point.
94: Counterpoint.
95: Independent Payment Advisory Board.
96: Introduction.
97: Point.
98: Counterpoint.
99: Medicare Negotiations of Drug Pricing.
100: Introduction.
101: Point.
102: Counterpoint.
103: Medicaid Program Flexibility.
104: Introduction.
105: Point.
106: Counterpoint.
107: Quality Debates.
108: Primary Care versus Specialization.
109: Introduction.
110: Point.
111: Counterpoint.
112: Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants.
113: Introduction.
114: Point.
115: Counterpoint.
116: Female Physicians.
117: Introduction.
118: Point.
119: Counterpoint.
120: Ethnic Background of Physicians and Patients.
121: Introduction.
122: Point.
123: Counterpoint.
124: Home Care.
125: Introduction.
126: Point.
127: Counterpoint.
128: Centralized versus Decentralized Control.
129: Introduction.
130: Point.
131: Counterpoint.
132: Comparative-Effectiveness Research.
133: Introduction.
134: Point.
135: Counterpoint.
136: Information Technology Adoption.
137: Introduction.
138: Point.
139: Counterpoint.
140: Medicare Benefit Cuts.
141: Introduction.
142: Point.
143: Counterpoint.
144: High-Deductible Health Insurance Plan.
145: Introduction.
146: Point.
147: Counterpoint.
Index.