This book provides an examination of the American health care system, a benchmark for cost-containment efforts, exploring two worlds: that of cost containment and that of the patient experience. It emphasises on the quality of care as perceived by the individual patient.

part Two|308 pages

Health Care Systems and Their Patients

part |28 pages

Japan • 1

part |19 pages

New Zealand • 1

part |19 pages

Hungary • 1