For this two-volume collection, Professors Avraham, Hyman and Silver have selected seminal contributions by eminent scholars in the fields of law, economics and medicine. The first volume explores the effects of access to healthcare on mortality and clinical outcomes, the financing of healthcare (including payment to providers, expanding costs, health insurance and the provision of long-term care), distribution of spending and expansion of provision. The second volume covers the regulation of healthcare practice, medical malpractice and liability, public health and ethical issues. An authoritative new introduction by the editors illuminates and enhances the selection of articles. The volumes will prove to be an essential tool for researchers, scholars and practitioners interested in the effects of economic and legal constraints and regulation on healthcare.
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