Health for all of Wealth for Some? Conflicting Goals in Health Reform
AbstractAll proponents of health reform seek to improve the health of the population served. Or so they say. Yet the policies and strategies offered are extraordinarily diverse, and to a considerable degree inconsistent or in direct conflict with each other.
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Date of creation: 1998
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