Apr 152018
 

In this book, Phelps and Parente explore the US health care system and set out the case for its reform. They trace the foundations of today’s system, and show how distortions in the incentives facing participants in the health care market could be corrected in order to achieve lower costs, a higher quality of care, a higher level of patient safety, and a more efficient allocation of health care resources.

Phelps and Parente propose novel yet economically robust changes to US tax law affecting health insurance coverage and related issues. They also discuss a series of specific improvements to Medicare and Medicaid, and assess potential innovations that affect all of health care, including chronic disease management, fraud and abuse detection, information technology, and other key issues.

The Economics of US Health Care Policy will be illuminating reading for anyone with an interest in health policy, and will be a valuable supplementary text for courses in health economics and health policy, including for students without advanced training in economics

About the Author
Charles E. Phelps was elected to the Institute of Medicine (now the National Academy of Medicine) in 1991. From 1984 to 2010 he was on the faculty of the University of Rochester (NY), in the departments of economics, political science, and public health sciences, and he served for 13 years as Provost (Chief Academic Officer) and is University Professor and Provost Emeritus at the University of Rochester, USA.

Stephen T. Parente is Professor of Finance at Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA. In Washington DC, he has served as Governing Chair of the Health Care Cost Institute, a US Congressional Budget Office health advisor, a senior health policy advisor to Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and a legislative fellow for Senator John D. Rockefeller IV (D-WV).

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