9781138050808-1138050806-Not What the Doctor Ordered: Liberating Caregivers and Empowering Consumers for Successful Health Reform

Not What the Doctor Ordered: Liberating Caregivers and Empowering Consumers for Successful Health Reform

ISBN-13: 9781138050808
ISBN-10: 1138050806
Edition: 3
Author: Bauer, Jeffrey C.
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Productivity Press
Format: Hardcover 168 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781138050808
ISBN-10: 1138050806
Edition: 3
Author: Bauer, Jeffrey C.
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Productivity Press
Format: Hardcover 168 pages

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Acknowledged authors Bauer, Jeffrey C. wrote Not What the Doctor Ordered: Liberating Caregivers and Empowering Consumers for Successful Health Reform comprising 168 pages back in 2019. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1138050806 and 9781138050808. Since then Not What the Doctor Ordered: Liberating Caregivers and Empowering Consumers for Successful Health Reform textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 2.00 or rent at the marketplace.

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This 25th Anniversary edition completely updates the powerful insights and policy recommendations of Not What the Doctor Ordered, first published in 1993 by renowned healthcare futurist and medical economist the author. It presents specific solutions to serious problems of cost, quality, access, and outcomes by allowing all Americans to purchase services directly from caregivers who provide an expanding array of medical services at least as well as physicians―at lower cost.

Focusing on new realities of the 21st century, the authorshows not only why giving consumers the right to choose advanced practitioners is the top priority for improving our overpriced, underperforming medical care delivery system, but also how to make the necessary changes. As he clearly and concisely explains from medical and economic perspectives, the key is eliminating physicians’ monopoly powers over advanced practice nurses, clinical pharmacists, physical therapists, clinical psychologists, and other advanced practice (AP) health professionals who now rival physicians in scientific knowledge and caregiving skills within well-defined scopes of practice regulated by state governments.

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