Global Health Care Markets: A Comprehensive Guide to Regions, Trends, and Opportunities Shaping the International Health Arena
November 2000, ©2000, Jossey-Bass
Understanding Global Health Systems.
Comparing Global Health Systems: Lessons and Caveats (T. Marmor).
Trends in Expenditures, Access and Outcomes Among Industrialized Countries (G. Anderson & P. Hussey).
Critical Issues in Evaluating Global Markets (H. Kahn & M. Ware).
When Managed Care Doesn't Travel Well: A Case Study of South Africa (B. Gould).
The Role of Regulation in Global Managed Care (L. Snyder & L. Norwalk).
Accreditation and Globalization (K. Donahue).
Information and Communication Technology (J. Sarasohn-Kahn).
Projecting the Impact of Trade Regulations (J. Murray & A. Mencik).
The Netherlands (K. Okma).
Germany (R. Busse).
Spain (A. Granados & P. Gallo).
France (S. Sandier & P.-J. Lancry).
United Kingdom (D. Duffy).
Israel (A. Lowey-Ball).
Poland (R. Bushko).
The Russian Federation (Y. Lavinski & S. Vasilev).
Brazil (D. Whitaker & B. Camac).
Argentina (P. Doulton).
Chile (P. Vitacolonna & F. Schenkel).
Mexico (N. Sekhri).
Culture Clash: A Case Study of Mexico (K. Batchelder & L. McGriff).
Malaysia (T. Dato', et al.).
Philippines (B. Reverente).
Australia (R. Schneider).
New Zealand (M.-A. Boyd & N. Sheridan).
China (R. Schulze).
Hong Kong (Y. Chiu).
India (N. Sekhri).
Japan (A. Yoshikawa).
Canada (T. Noseworthy).
United States of America (N. Sekhri).
"This book is a comprehensive and informative guide to health policy and health systems throughout the world. It is an invaluable source for all those interested in the theory and practice of health care delivery and health policy, internationally." (Richard G. A. Feachem, director, Institute for Global Health and professor of International Health, University of California, San Francisco, and University of California, Berkeley)
"This book is a great storehouse of valuable information on health care systems around the world. I expect to refer to it often." (Alain Enthoven, Marriner S. Eccles Professor of Public and Private Management, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University)