Why Can't We Do What They Do? National Health Reform AbroadJournal of Law, Medicine & Ethics
AbstractThis article describes how other countries organize and finance their health care systems, and how the performance of those health care systems compares with that of the United States. It also examines why the United States, unlike all other developed countries, has failed to provide universal access to health care services.
Citation InformationTimothy S. Jost, Why Can't We Do What They Do? National Health Reform Abroad, 32 J. L. Med. & Ethics 433 (2004).