David Goldhill’s thought provoking examination of the U.S. health care industry is informed by his keen business perspective.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA) passed in the Congress this past March.
“Caution: Reading this book will make your blood pressure rise and launch you on the warpath—directly to your legislator’s front steps.”
“. . . a comprehensive telling of multifaceted problems inherent in the current health care system—a book long overdue.”
“Mr. Henaghan does shine light on the confusion regarding the multitude of patient safety organizations and makes health care system simplification sound attractive.
“gripping . . . find out how American taxpayers, insurance premium payers, and patients are literally getting mistreated. . . . No one is spared.”
“Regardless of the results of the legislative challenges and the court fights, Remedy and Reaction elevates our understanding of the historical picture of the health care debate.”
“Such is the importance of Dr. Brazelton’s work that this sensitive memoir fills a gap as to the theoretical and practical roots of contemporary child raising practice.”
“As the stench from the election year permeates our air, keep this book on hand . . .”
The doctor is in the house.
Best Care Anywhere is an amazingly positive title for a health care reform book.
The Hippocratic oath, “I will enter only for the good of my patients”, challenges doctors to resist market pressures and social expectations.
“In order for ‘equal justice under the law’ to be a reality, that justice must be affordable for and accessible to everyone.”
“Overall, a convincing read.”
“I never read a book I must review,” quipped Oscar Wilde, “It prejudices you so.” Aggrieved authors everywhere nod their heads in knowing, useless triumph.
“Beyond Outrage is a rant . . .”
Why Does E=mc2? is one of those questions that educated
non-physicists must have been asking themselves for over a hundred
“In its crisp brevity, End of the Good Life should be read by the under- and unemployed millions of Millennials.”
“We Can All Do Better is a book that every responsible citizen should read, reflect on, and consider in determining which candidate to back in the upcoming elections.”
“Trading Manny is, of course, about the heartbreak two fans feel when their love for baseball is betrayed.