Consumer-Driven Health Care: Implications for Providers, Payers, and Policy-Makers
John Wiley & Sons, 22.03.2004 - 928 Seiten
Professor Herzlinger documents how the consumer-driven health caremovement is being implemented and its impact on insurers,providers, new intermediaries, and governments. With additionalcontributions by health care's leading strategists,innovators, regulators and scholars, Consumer-Driven HealthCare presents a compelling vision of a health care system builtto satisfy the people it serves.
This comprehensive resource includes the most important thinkingon the topic and compelling case studies of consumer-driven healthcare (CDHC) in action, here and abroad, including newconsumer-driven intermediaries for information and support; typesof insurance plans; focused factories for delivering health care;personalized drugs and devices; and government roles.
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