2 edition of politics of Medicare found in the catalog.
politics of Medicare
Theodore R. Marmor
Bibliography: p. 125-137.
|Contributions||Marmor, Jan S., jt. author|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 150 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||150|
If so, Theodore Marmor's reissue and revision of The Politics of Medicare is the book you want to pick up. There is no comparable book of its kind. Other scholars have studied Medicare's origins. Journalists trace the ebb and flow of contemporary Washington battles over Social Security and 5/5(5). The Politics of Medicare by Marshall DeRosa, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(13).
As Jonathan Oberlander demonstrates in The Political Life of Medicare, these developments herald the reopening of a historic debate over Medicare’s fundamental purpose and structure. Revealing how Medicare politics and policies have developed since Medicare’s enactment in and what the program’s future holds, Oberlander’s timely and. In Medicaid Politics, political scientist Frank J. Thompson examines the program's profound evolution during the presidential administrations of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama and its pivotal role in the epic health reform law of
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The first edition of The Politics of Medicare, reprinted in part for the second edition, provides an engaging analytical structure for understanding the complex forces of governments and politics.
While studying under the author, a gifted political scientist, years ago, the first edition was a cornerstone in our studies of healthcare politics and programs in the United by: This book, assigned by my political science professor as the best book on Medicare, is a welcome counterexample to that generalization.
Jonathan Oberlander covers the political history of Medicare with clarity, gusto, and (most importantly for me) concision. The body of the text takes a mere by: In The Politics of Medicare, Marmor helps the reader understand Medicare's origins, and he interprets the history of the program and explores what happened to Medicare politically as it turned from a legislative act in the mids to a major program of American government in /5.
Among her seven books are The Politics of Medicare book Economy of Aging: The State, Private Power, and Social Welfare; Aging and Public Policy: The Politics of Growing Old in America; Age Through Ethnic Lenses: Caring for the Elderly in a Multicultural Society; and The Not So Cited by: David G.
Smith is Richter Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Swarthmore College. He is the author of The Children’s Health Insurance Program and Paying for Medicare. His book, Paying for Medicare, won the Elizur Wright Award from the American Risk and Insurance by: The political life of medicare follows the trajectory of Medicare as both policy and especially politics.
Oberlander describes Medicare inception in when the framers believed it /5. In The Politics of Medicare, Marmor helps the reader understand Medicare's origins, and he interprets the history of the program and explores what happened to Medicare politically. Revealing how Medicare politics and policies have developed since Medicare's enactment in and what the program's future holds, Oberlander's timely and accessible analysis will interest anyone.
The Politics of Medicare and Health Reform, Then and Now Lawrence D. Brown, Ph.D. INTRODUCTION It is not difficult to characterize Medi-care as an element of public policy. The program launched and legitimated a major role for the Federal Government in funding health care for part of the population-a role that had been highly controversial be-fore.
Health Politics, The enactment of Medicare in coincided with several favorable political and economic conditions. This proposition states a correlation: To contend that Medicare passed because these factors converged would be too strong and essentially by: 1.
Medicare’s history: Key takeaways. President Harry S Truman called for the creation of a national health insurance fund in ; President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare into law in ; Inmillion Americans received coverage through Medicare. Medicare spending is expected to account for 18% of total federal spending by ; Medicare per-capita spending grew at a slower.
The book includes an initial chapter on Medicare's roots as background; three chapters on the politics of benefits, financing and regulation, respectively; a chapter relating these politics to social science theories; and a concluding chapter bringing the story up to Author: Rosemary A Stevens.
In The Politics of Medicare, Marmor helps the reader understand Medicare's origins, and he interprets the history of the program and explores what happened to Medicare politically as it turned from.
The Politics of Medicaid provides a service in succinctly describing the state of the program before healthcare reform, its shortfalls, and some solutions Professor Olson reminds us, at a key moment, that Medicaid is more than just headline grabbing politics—it is a lifeline for our most impoverished citizens, and one that deserves more careful attention.
There was also a serious political danger—one involving Medicare directly—that lurked just beneath the surface of the discussion of overarching, national health reform.
The prospects for bringing Medicare expenditures under control were, in fact, considerably better than most Americans—and most members of Congress—realized at that : Theodore R. Marmor.
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The Politics of Medicare book. By Theodore R. Marmor. Edition 2nd Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 July Pub. location New York. The origins of Medicare -- The politics of legislative impossibility -- The politics of legislative possibility -- The politics of legislative certainty -- The outcome of -- Medicare and the analysis of social policy in American politics.
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Although the Liberal and National parties claim to support Medicare, they clearly favor a predominantly private system, while Labor continues to support an unspecified level of universality. The answer is the politics of Medicare--to which there is no better guide than Marmor's book.- --Journal of the American Medical Association -This new edition makes an extraordinary contribution to the literature of public policy and political science.[.
Recognized as a remarkable contribution to the study of health policy since its first publication inThe Politics of Medicare is both a detailed account of how America came to have government health insurance for the elderly in the mids and a commentary on how the American political system dealt with deeply divisive social issues in the postwar : Aldine De Gruyter.
Since the s, Australians have had a system of universal health care that is often taken for granted. But the road there wasnt easy. Making Medicare is a comprehensive account of Australias long, tortuous, and unconventional path toward universal health careas it was established, abolished, and introduced againand of the reforms that brought it into being/5(6).
The Politics of Medicare and Medicaid, 50 Years Later The government health care programs have become part of the fabric of life in the : Kenneth T. Walsh.