Bleeding the Patient The Conseuences of Corporate

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Bleeding the Patient The Conseuences of Corporate Healthcare In 1994 Common Courage Press published a book that decided the fact that 35 million people went without health insuranceBleeding the Patient The Conseuences of Corporate Health Care reveals that today the number stands at 44 million and growing at 1 million a year Most Americans would prefer a national health program like Canada's one that not only costs less than ours does but insures everyone Why in a democracy isn't this an option Where is the choice There is none when a multimillion dollar industry promotes managed competition keeping information from the public and spreading lies about the Canadian system

  • Paperback
  • 238 pages
  • Bleeding the Patient The Conseuences of Corporate Healthcare
  • David U. Himmelstein
  • English
  • 10 September 2016
  • 9781567512069