Health Care Reform – Dr. Pauline Rosenau

by David Lemberg on January 22, 2009

in Health Care Delivery, Health Care Public Policy, U.S. Health Care

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Dr. Pauline Rosenau

Dr. Pauline Rosenau

Dr. Pauline Rosenau discusses health system reform, including an all-payer system, not-for-profit medical care, how to effectively reduce administrative costs, and the experiences of other countries. One important way forward is to ensure that elected officials are independent of special interests.

Dr. Pauline Rosenau is Professor of Management, Policy, and Community Health at the University of Texas–Houston School of Public Health. She is the author of The Competition Paradigm: America’s Romance with Conflict, Contest, and Commerce, published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2003.

Dr. Rosenau edited Public/Private Policy Partnerships, published by MIT University Press in 2000 and Health Reform in the Nineties, published by SAGE Publications in 1994. Her books have received Choice Magazine’s Outstanding Academic Books Awards in 1992 and 1994. Her peer-reviewed articles have appeared in many prestigious journals, including Social Work in Public Health, Journal of Health Politics, and Medical Care Review.

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