Table of contents for Health care at risk : a critique of the consumer-driven movement / Timothy Stoltzfus Jost.

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Contents
Acknowledgments									000
Introduction: Designing a Health Care Financing System				000
1	Our Broken American Health Care System					000
2	The Consumer-Driven Prescription						000
3 	Consumer-Driven Health Care Advocates: Who They Are and What They Believe
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4	Consumer-Driven Health Care the First Time Around			
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5	The Nonaccidental System							000
6	The Origins of Consumer-Driven Health Care: A Short History of American 
Health Economics								000
7	The Theoretical Foundations of Consumer-Driven Health Care		000
8	But Does It Work? The Evidence for and against Consumer-Driven Health Care
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9	From Professional and Patient to Merchant and Consumer			000
10	Are Consumers Our Only Hope? How Other Countries Organize Their Health 
Care Systems									000
11	How to Fix Our Broken Health Care System					000
Notes											000
Bibliography										000
Index										
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Health planning -- United States -- Citizen participation.
Medical care -- United States -- Cost control.
Medical care, Cost of -- United States.
Health care reform -- United States.
Delivery of Health Care -- United States.
Consumer Participation -- United States.
Cost Sharing -- United States.
Health Care Reform -- United States.