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Medicaid Politics and Policy : 1965-2007 - David G. Smith

Medicaid Politics and Policy


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Medicaid has grown enormously since its inception to become the largest health insurance system in the country, a source of perennial complaint and, most recently, of continuing crisis. This book’s dual emphasis upon politics and policy is important to make the arcane Medicaid program accessible to the reader, and to distinguish policy grounded in facts and analysis from partisan bombast and ideology. The result is an authoritative account and reference for those seeking to refresh a perspective or to look further.

"This book is going to be a classic (and standard reference) in the field."

—Dr. Lloyd S. Etheredge,
Director, Government Learning Project

1966-81; 1981-95; and 1995-2007. Extensive references, bibliographic sources, and glossary. Recommended."

—J.E. Thompson, Choice

Historical background -- Legislating Medicaid -- Medicaid implementation -- Amending the classical model -- Maturity and trouble -- Critical phase: part I -- Medicaid under siege -- Waivers and devolution -- Past and future.

ISBN: 9781412809405
ISBN-10: 1412809401
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 458
Published: 31st December 2011