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Money-Driven Medicine

The Real Reason Health Care Costs So Much

by Maggie Mahar

  • 389 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Collins .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries - Manufacturing Industries,
  • Health Care Policy,
  • Medical Economics,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Corporate & Business History - General,
  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Business & Economics / Corporate History,
  • Ethics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages480
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9236093M
    ISBN 100060765348
    ISBN 109780060765347
    OCLC/WorldCa173087376

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Money-Driven Medicine is written in common English, yet intelligent and comprehensive. Everyone can benefit from the wealth of valuable information she provides in this book. It should be the bible for anyone interested in the current debate on health care reform, as well as standard reading for college ethics courses, nursing programs and Cited by:   Maggie Mahar's fascinating and compelling book, Money-Driven Medicine: The Real Reason Health Care Costs So Much, contributes much to our understanding of the current health care crisis.

Mahar takes the reader behind the hysterical ranting about "pulling the plug on grandma" and "socialized medicine."/5. Money-Driven Medicine is so true and needed now at a time when our country so badly need healthcare reform and when there is a fight against Obamacare.

Sad to know that America the greatest country ranks 39 out of nations and is behind nation like Costa Rico. A book everyone need to get if they really want to know about our healthcare : Documentary. Money-driven medicine: the real reason health care costs so much User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

Mahar (Bull!: A History of the Boom and Bust, ) challenges the idea that American healthcare is simply a commodity whose problems free markets will solve. What we have instead, she writes Read full review/5(3). Directed by Andrew Fredericks. With Don Berwick, Larry Churchill, Lisa Lindell, James Weinstein.

Money-Driven Medicine provides the essential introduction Americans need to become knowledgeable and vigorous participants in healthcare reform.8/10(17).

Produced by Academy Award-winner Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side; Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) and inspired by Maggie Mahar's acclaimed book, Money Driven Medicine: The Real Reason Health Care Costs So Much, the 4/5(14).

In Money-Driven Medicine, Maggie Mahar takes the reader behind the scenes of a $2 trillion industry to witness how billions of dollars are wasted in a Hobbesian marketplace that pits the industry's players against each other.

In remarkably candid interviews, doctors, hospital administrators, patients, health care economists, corporate /5(3). ‎Why is medical care in the United States so expensive.

For decades, Americans have taken it as a matter of faith that we spend more because we have the best health care system in the world. But as costs levitate, that argument becomes more difficult to make. Today, we spend twice as much as Japan on. In Money-Driven Medicine, Maggie Mahar takes the reader behind the scenes of a $2 trillion industry to witness how billions of dollars are wasted in a Hobbesian marketplace that pits the industry's players against each other.

In remarkably candid interviews, doctors, hospital administrators, patients, health care economists, corporate. Money-Driven Medicine is an overview to tackle the problems with our trillion dollar health care system.

Going beyond the health insurance reform to discuss future problems that might occur while trying to continue having superior care, while still maintaining low expenses and unwanted values in a safe manner. Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney has teamed up with producers Peter Bull, Chris Matonti, and director Andy Fredericks to produce a film based on Maggie Mahar's powerful book MONEY-DRIVEN MEDICINE.

Why is money-driven medicine so wasteful. First, because rather than collaborating, drug makers, device makers, and hospitals compete, duplicating each other's efforts. If one hospital buys a new MRI unit, neighboring hospitals feel that they must buy one, by: 1.

The core message of "Money-Driven Medicine" is that the quintessential doctor-patient relationship has been transformed by the requirements of corporate medicine into a retailer-consumer relationship, and every sector of the system is trying to sell its products and services to that consumer and reap profits for its market.

In Money-Driven Medicine, Maggie Mahar takes the reader behind the scenes of a $2 trillion industry to witness how billions of dollars are wasted in a Hobbesian marketplace that pits the industry's players against each other.

In this superbly written book, Mahar shows why doctors must take responsibility for the future of our health care. Money-Driven Medicine will encourage health professionals and patients to work together to take control of American medicine back from the MBAs.

The film will alert viewers that universal coverage is just the first step in a long and arduous battle for comprehensive reform continuing well after whatever bill Congress passes this Fall. The film MONEY-DRIVEN MEDICINE reveals how a profit-hungry "medical-industrial complex" has turned health care into a system where millions are squandered on unnecessary tests, unproven and.

Money-Driven Medicine goes beyond health insurance reform as it lays out the looming policy challenges for the next decade if we are to provide all Americans effective, high quality, patient. By Matthew Holt. If you want to watch the documentary Money Driven Medicine based on Maggie Mahar’s book, it’s now available for free download at (the DVD is also available for purchase).

The free download is part of an ongoing “Watch-In!For America’s Health” — a national viewing party organized in conjunction with the Consumers Union. Money-Driven Medicine. likes 1 talking about this. Money Driven Medicine offers an accessible, journalistically.

Produced by Academy Award winner Alex Gibney (Taxi to the dark side; Enron: The smartest guys in the room) and inspired by Maggie Mahar's acclaimed book, Money driven medicine: the real reason health care costs so much, the film goes beyond health insurance to offer a behind-the-scenes look at the $ trillion U.S.

healthcare system, how it. Based on Maggie Mahar’s book of the same name, “Money-Driven Medicine” analyzes the rising costs and diminishing efficacy of the American healthcare system, featuring interviews with leading.

Maggie Mahar, a critic of the Bush plan and author of Money-Driven Medicine: The Real Reason Health Care Costs So Much, offers a cogent and well researched critique of the idea that high healthcare costs in the United States can be corrected by free market forces.

When it comes to health care, reliance on a Hobbesian “all against all Author: Jeanne Lenzer. reivew of Money-Driven Medicine. To the editors: I would like to thank Jeanne Lenzer for her kind review of my book, Money-Driven Medicine: The Real Reason Health Care Costs So Much.

It is clear that she read it closely and insightfully. There is just one point that I would like to clear up. Early on in.