Two towering figures in the field of health care policy analysis, Theodore R. Marmor and Rudolf Klein, reflect on a lifetime of thought in this wide-ranging collection of essays published in the wake of President Obama’s health care reform. Presented as a kind of dialogue between the two, the book offers their recent writings on the future of Medicare; universal health insurance; conflicts of interest among physicians, regulators, and patients; and many other topics.
Theodore R. Marmor is professor emeritus of public policy, management, and political science at Yale University. Rudolf Klein is professor of social policy emeritus at the University of Bath.
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