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Published April, 2009
By Darrell M. West and Edward Alan Miller
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Investigates the factors limiting digital technology's ability to remake health care. This title explores the political, social, and ethical challenges presented by online health care, as well as the impact that racial, ethnic, and other disparities are having on the e-health revolution.

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Published December, 2008
By M.Gregg Bloche and Leslie A. Meltzer
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Proposes a fresh set of solutions to America's medical cost conundrum. Written by a diverse group of leading experts, this volume is suitable for those concerned about rising medical costs and health policy.

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Published December, 2008
By M.Gregg Bloche and Leslie A. Meltzer
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Proposes a fresh set of solutions to America's medical cost conundrum. Written by a diverse group of leading experts, this volume is suitable for those concerned about rising medical costs and health policy.

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Published November, 2008
By Henry J. Aaron and Leonard E. Burman
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Examines the role taxes play, the likely effects of health savings accounts, the challenges of administering major subsidies for health insurance through the tax system, and options for using the tax system to expand health insurance coverage.

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Published October, 2008
By Maria-Luisa Escobar, Ursula Giedion, Antonio Giuffrida and Amanda L. Glassman
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Examines changes in the financing and delivery of health care; the impact of insurance on financial protection, equity, access, and utilization of care; and, the regulatory framework accompanying reform.

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Published August, 2008
By Jason Furman
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Since its launch in 2006, the Hamilton Project at Brookings has produced original research on how to create a growing economy that benefits Americans - to produce a prosperity that is both broad and deep. This title presents a synthesis of the Hamilton Project's best thinking on the topic and an important and original contribution to that end.

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Published August, 2008
By Jason Furman
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Since its launch in 2006, the Hamilton Project at Brookings has produced original research on how to create a growing economy that benefits Americans - to produce a prosperity that is both broad and deep. This title presents a synthesis of the Hamilton Project's best thinking on the topic and an important and original contribution to that end.

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Published July, 2008
By Henry J. Aaron, Jeanne M. Lambrew and Patrick F. Healy
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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States that everyone agrees on the need to reform Medicare but not on how to do it. This title rates various options on access to health care, improve the quality of care, and control costs. It evaluates each reform's political strengths and weaknesses.

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Published July, 2008
By Jeanne M. Lambrew, Patrick F. Healy and Henry Aaron
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Everyone agrees on the need to reform Medicare in America but not on how to do it. In Reforming Medicare, Henry J. Aaron and Jeanne M. Lambrew deftly guide readers through this complex debate. They identify and analyse the three leading approaches to reform.

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Published April, 2007
By Alice M. Rivlin and Joseph R. Antos
Publisher: Brookings Institution
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Exceeding $2 trillion annually, health care spending in the United States is growing significantly faster than the national economy. If left unchecked, this health spending crisis will threaten Americans' ability to pay for other essential services.

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