Information Trading: How Information Influences the Health Policy Process

Information Trading: How Information Influences the Health Policy Process

By: National Academy of Sciences (author), Institute of Medicine (author), A Project Of The Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowships Program At The Institute Of Medicine (author), Elise Lipoff (editor), Marion Erin Lewin (editor)Paperback

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Marion Ein Lewin and Elise Lipoff, Editors; A Project of the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowships Program at the Institute of Medicine

Contents

1 Front Matter; 2 Foreword and Introduction; 3 1 The Market for Information in Health Policy: Using the; 4 2 Funding Graduate Medical Education in the Year of Health Care Refrom: A Case Study of a Health Issue on Capitol Hill; 5 3 The Use of Information and Misinformation in a State Health Reform Initiative; 6 4 The Role of Graduate Medical Education Consortia in the Postregulatory Era in New York State; 7 5 Information Trading, Politics, and Funding for the National Institutes of Health in the 104th Congress; 8 6 Gene Mapping and Genetic Testing, Promises, and Problems: A Case Study on an Emerging Technology; 9 7 The Information Trading Process: The Case of Medicare Payment Equity; 10 About the Authors

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  • publication date: 18/07/1997
  • ISBN13: 9780309057936
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 152
  • ID: 9780309057936
  • ISBN10: 0309057930

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