The Health Marketplace : New York City, 1990-2010
Ginzberg and his colleagues describe what might happen in the next decade in the nation's largest metropolis and locate the probable outcome in the space between these two extremes. They focus on how the health marketplace may be altered by 2010 when it faces its greatest challenges, a year before the first members of the baby boom generation become eligible for Medicare. This literate and informative volume elucidates changes that have occurred in the health care sector during the decade of the 1990s and offers an expert assessment of what might happen over the next decade. Policymakers, health care officials, and medical personnel will find this highly informative reading. Eli Ginzberg is A. Barton Hepburn Professor Emeritus at the Graduate School of Business, and Director of the Eisenhower Center for the Conservation of Human Resources at Columbia University. His work in social policy, health care, human resources, the special needs of the poor, the young and the aged, place Ginzberg in a special category: activist scholar rather than academic-turned-activist.
Howard Berliner is associate professor, Program in Health Services Management and Policy, Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy, New School for Social Research. Panos Minogiannis is a political science doctoral candidate in the division of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University and a research associate at the Eisenhower Center. Miriam Ostow was the long term chief of health policy studies at the Eisenhower Center and co-author of many of its earlier publications on health policy.
- Hardback | 136 pages
- 158.5 x 236 x 19.6mm | 472.77g
- 01 Feb 2001
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- Transaction Publishers
- Somerset, United Kingdom
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