The Political Economy of the Hospital in History
Martin Gorsky, Margarita Vilar-Rodríguez, Jerònia Pons-Pons, Barry Doyle, Ana Nemi, Axel C. Hüntelmann, Beatrix Hoffman, Jin Xu, Anne Mills, Melissa Hibbard, Balázs Szélinger & Frank GrombirDownload PDF Download eBook Read this Book
advances the historical world map of different hospital models, ranging across Spain, Brazil, Germany, East and Central Europe, Britain, the United States and China. Collectively, these comparative cases illuminate the complexities involved in each country and bring new historical evidence to current debates on health care organisation, financing and reform.
Published Published By Pages ISBN DOI Chapters Dec. 16, 2020 University of Huddersfield Press 312 ISBN 978-1-86218-187-8 10.5920/PoliticalEconomy 9
The Political Economy of the Hospital in History has the following Chapters:
- Chapter 1: The Historical Creation of the Hospital System in Spain
- Chapter 2:Charity and Philanthropy in the History of Brazilian Hospitals
- Chapter 3:Principles and Problems of Hospital Funding in Germany in the Twentieth Century
- Chapter 4: The development of hospital systems in new nations
- Chapter 5:Public, private and voluntary hospitals: economic theory and historical experience in Britain, c.1800-2010
- Chapter 6: The American Hospital: Charity, Public Service, or Profit Centre?
- Chapter 7: The rise of hospital centrism in China, 1835-2018, from the perspective of financing