Characteristics Of An Ideal Health Care System

Policy Reports | Health

No. 242
Monday, April 30, 2001
by John C. Goodman

About the Author

John C. Goodman is President of the National Center for Policy Analysis. Dr. Goodman earned his Ph.D. in economics at Columbia University and has engaged in teaching and research at six colleges and universities, including Columbia University, Stanford University, Dartmouth College, Sarah Lawrence College and Southern Methodist University. Dr. Goodman has written widely on health care, Social Security, privatization, the welfare state and other public policy issues. He is the author of seven books and numerous scholarly articles. Dr. Goodman's published works include National Health Care in Great Britain, Regulation of Medical Care: Is the Price Too High?, Economics of Public Policy, Social Security in the United Kingdom and, with Gerald L. Musgrave, Patient Power: Solving America's Health Care Crisis.

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