Illness in wealthy America: New book on the American healthcare paradox

Bradley_Taylor_coverWhat can America learn about good health care from the things people are doing better than us around the world? Why are ordinary American in worse health–at more cost–than poor (and rich) people in other countries? Get the scoop from this exciting new book from Public Affairs, by Dr. Elizabeth H. Bradley, Professor of Public Health at Yale and Faculty Director of the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute, and Lauren A. Taylor, MPH, currently a graduate student at Harvard Divinity School. The authors draw on extensive research, inviting readers to “reconceptual[e] the way Americans think about health so as to uncover opportunities to increase the effectiveness of American health care.” (p. xxii)

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Booknote. Bookmark the permalink.