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Health Economics For Nurses By Stephen Morris

Health Economics For Nurses by Stephen Morris

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Offers an account of economic concepts relevant to the nursing profession. The aims of the book are to explain the economic theory underlying health-care policy in the National Health Service with particular reference to nursing, and to examine the economic techniques.

Health Economics For Nurses Summary

Health Economics For Nurses: Intro Guide by Stephen Morris

First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Preface, scarcity and health care; basic theory of economics - demand, supply and the market solution; the demand and supply of health care; equity in the finance and distribution of health care; health insurance; financing health care; the UK National Health Service; the nursing labour market; introduction to economic evaluation; measuring effectiveness; measuring costs; measuring cost-effectiveness.

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Health Economics For Nurses: Intro Guide by Stephen Morris
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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