Handbook on State Health Care Reform
Reforming health care is one of the great challenges facing our country today. Based on our experience, true transformational reform must begin in state capitols, not in the halls of Congress.
States can introduce and vet a variety of reforms. Through a process of trial-and-error, state reforms can provide an empirical basis for comprehensive action by the federal government. The Handbook on State Health Care Reform provides an in-depth examination and analysis of our health care system. It is a valuable resource and practical tool for guiding policy decisions to improve quality, expand access and control the escalating costs of health care. Even in states where reform is already underway, policymakers will benefit from the insights, advice and visionary approach to solutions outlined in the Handbook.
The complete book: http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/State_HC_Reform_6-8-07.pdf (PDF | 1.2MB)