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The American health care paradox

Elizabeth H. Bradley

The American health care paradox

why spending more is getting us less

by Elizabeth H. Bradley

  • 222 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health planning,
  • Health care reform,
  • Cost of Medical care,
  • Social service

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementElizabeth H. Bradley and Lauren A. Taylor ; foreword by Harvey V. Fineberg
    ContributionsTaylor, Lauren A., author
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA410.53
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 248 pages
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27154355M
    ISBN 101610392094
    ISBN 109781610392099
    LC Control Number2013030237
    OCLC/WorldCa854848181

    This book offers an important reality check about what actually creates health in the United States." William Gillespie, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Emblem Health, and president of AdvantageCare Physicians "The American Health Care Paradox has enough intellectual heft to bring an opera house to its feet. Drawing on data from dozens of. In The American Health Care Paradox, Bradley and Taylor illuminate how narrow definitions of health care, archaic divisions in the distribution of health and social services, and our allergy to government programs combine to create needless suffering in individual lives, even as health care spending continues to soar. They tell us how, and why.

      The Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, focuses mainly on providing health care to those previously uninsured, but the authors state that it will most likely not address the root cause of the paradox. While there are many contemporary titles about health care, there is little information available in book format about this specific : PublicAffairs.   This book offers an important reality check about what actually creates health in the United States." William Gillespie, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Emblem Health, and president of AdvantageCare Physicians "The American Health Care Paradox has enough intellectual heft to bring an opera house to its feet.4/5().

    The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More is Getting Us Less. Elizabeth H. Bradley, professor of public health and director of the Global Health Leadership Institute, and Lauren A. Taylor (Public Affairs) For decades, experts have puzzled over why the United States spends more on health care but suffers poorer outcomes than other industrialized nations. The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less (New York, NY: Perseus Book Group, ). Public and Private Responsibilities in Long Term Care (Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, ).


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Taylor. New York, NY, PublicAffairs, ISBN (hbk.: alk. paper); (e-book). Health care expenditures in the United States are projected to exceed $3 trillion per year, yet health outcomes continue to fall behind those of other.

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This crisp, clear and easily digestible book (which is notable since this can be a dense and soporific subject) begins by first showing how the USA is. The American Health Care Paradox presents a very eloquent, easy to read, and informative narrative on health care in the United States.

As the title suggests, the authors focus on the paradox of the health care system in the United States for its high costs relative to the quality of care received by its citizens.4/5. The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less.

Elizabeth H. Bradley and Lauren A. Taylor. PublicAffairs. ISBN: Chapter 7 Continuing the Discourse Pages to We started the book by identifying what many see as a paradox. How could the United States devote so much money to health care and. That’s where The American Health Care Paradox, a new book by Elizabeth H.

Bradley and Lauren A. Taylor, comes in. TAHCP aims to shed light on the titular paradox, familiar to readers of this blog—why does America get such poor health outcomes, given the staggering amount spent on healthcare.

It turns out that Bradley and Taylor don’t. The American Health Care Paradox: by Elizabeth H. Bradley and Lauren A. Taylor. How medical and social services became separate, unequal and ineffective.

A Book. Using an array of data, historical context, and research, Bradley and Taylor make the case that the idea that medical care is a substitute for whole-body health is at the heart of our health care paradox. The academic nature of the book makes it a dense and meandering read—a few quotes from health care providers add life to the data, then.

The great paradox of American health care, according to Elizabeth Bradley and Lauren Taylor, is that although American per-capita spending on health far exceeds that of.

THE AMERICAN HEALTH CARE PARADOX Friday, October 24th Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation of Massachusetts LAUREN A. TAYLOR, MPH Co-Author, The American Health Care Paradox Presidential Scholar, Harvard Divinity School 1. Outline for Today 1. Define the US health care paradox 2.

Present some data on international health. In The American Health Care Paradox, Bradley and Taylor illuminate how narrow definitions of "health care," archaic divisions in the distribution of health and social services, and our allergy to government programs combine to create needless suffering in individual lives, even as health care spending continues to soar/5(2).

Elizabeth Bradley and Lauren Taylor talked about their book, The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More is Getting Us Less, in which they question why it is that, compared to all other. "The American Health Care Paradox has enough intellectual heft to bring an opera house to its feet.

Drawing on data from dozens of international and domestic site visits, wide-ranging scholarly studies and in-depth interviews with patients, practitioners, health care administrators and social service staff from all over the world, the authors tackle the unenviable task of explaining why we /5(51).

Authors of new books may forward publishers’ book descriptions to us by email. The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More is Getting Us Less Elizabeth H. Bradley, professor of public health and d irector of the Global Health Leadership Institute, and Lauren A.

Taylor. We have a real paradox in American health care. On the one hand we have exceptionally well educated and well trained providers who are committed to our care. We are the envy of the world for our biomedical research prowess, funded largely by the National Institutes of Health and conducted across the county in universities and medical schools.

The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less. New York, NY: PublicAffairs. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Bradley, Elizabeth H.,Lauren A., Taylor and Harvey V., Fineberg, The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less.

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This site is like a library. On November 30 atCSPAN aired the program taped at Branford College at Yale University with authors Betsy Bradley and Lauren Taylor on their new book, “The American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More is Getting Us Less.”The book compared U.S. health spending and outcomes with certain Scandinavian countries, which have much better health outcomes.YaleNews features works recently or soon to be published by members of the University community.

Descriptions are based on material provided by the publishers. BY AUSTIN JASPERS. Photography from ‘The American Healthcare Paradox.’ Austin Jaspers: How did your collaboration on The American Health Care Paradox begin?.

Lauren Taylor: The book really started with a peer review article back in that examined health and social service expenditures in 34 OECD countries. It reframed the conversation around health care investment in .