One Sentence Health Care Reforms: 200 Alternatives and Steps Beyond the Affordable Care Act

Presents over 200 health care reforms after the Affordable Care Act. Some in parallel to balance progressive and conservative offerings. I estimate that an analyst could put together over 100 into a coherent package of proposal. This book is intended to stand alone for the reader, but it also can be a useful classroom resource with currently popular health policy texts. More

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About Curtis P. McLaughlin

Curtis Perry McLaughlin is author or coauthor of over 200 articles, monographs, and case studies, including 18books. His recent works include Implementing Continuous Quality Improvement in Health Care: A Global Casebook, edited with W. A. Sollecito and J. K. Johnson (2012), and Health Policy Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Approach, coauthored with C. D. McLaughlin (2008; 2nd ed., 2015). He also contributed to the 4th edition of McLaughlin and Kaluzny’s Continuous Quality Improvement in Health Care (2011). His research has appeared in Health Affairs, Management Science, New England Journal of Medicine, Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, Medical Care, Health Care Management Review, the Joint Commission Journal on Quality Improvement and other journals.
He is Professor Emeritus of Business Administration in the Kenan-Flagler Business School and Senior Research Fellow Emeritus of the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He also has held appointments as Professor in Health Policy and Administration in UNC’s School of Public Health. He received his BA with honors in chemistry from Wesleyan University (1954) and his MBA with distinction (1956) and DBA (1966) from Harvard Business School. Between 1965 and 1968, he was Assistant Professor at Harvard Business School and studied and then taught health systems analysis in a joint program between Harvard’s Department of Economics and School of Public Health. With experience and training in science, engineering, and management, he focuses on policy, strategy, and operational issues, especially quality improvement, technological innovation, and information technology.

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