Health of Nations: An International Perspective on U.S. Health Care Reform (Paperback)
Health of Nations provides detailed overviews of the health care systems of the United States, Canada, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom and compares and contrasts the health care systems of these five other with the United States.
In this thoroughly revised third edition, author Laurene Graig analyzes the health care delivery systems in each of these countries and makes expert and insightful assessments about what works... what doesn't work... and what promising new ideas are now being tested. Health of Nations provides an excellent cross-national comparison of the major healthcare systems in existence today.
The book is an excellent reference guide for students of international policy or anyone seeking information on U.S. Health care reform.