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Health Care in the New Millennium: Vision, Values, and Leadership

by J. Ian Morrison

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0787951153, Hardcover)

Health Care in the New Millennium is written by futurist Ian Morrison-author of The Second Curve and Future Tense and one of our nation's foremost health care analysts.In this provocative book, Morrison gives health care executives, doctors, and nurses a guided tour of what's in store for health care in the coming years and explains . . .


* Why our one-trillion dollar health care industry has so many unhappy stakeholders
* Why investor-owned health systems are failing
* Why so few market-based reforms work
* Why health care leaders need new visions of what is possible for the future

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:57 -0400)

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