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It behooves everyone who cares about their health to read this book!
Dr. Schimpff's latest book provides an outstanding, and comprehensive, overview of the current state of the health care system in America.
As a lay person I found the book to be not only informative and insightful, but very readable.
Well written summary of challenges health care system in the US currently faces. It also offers explanations for why we are where we are and helpful solutions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tatiana V. Sanses MD
Dr. Schimpff takes the convoluted subject of healthcare delivery and methodically breaks down the issues that are causing its current failure. Read morePublished 9 months ago by David McIntyre
Stephen Schimpff is a scientist at heart and in a very deliberate manner examines what he defines as 22 misconceptions about Healthcare in the United States. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dennis R. Schrader
Dr. Schimpff cuts through the hype and gets down to the important and critical issues facing healthcare delivery today. Read morePublished 9 months ago by jonathan schafler
Written and focusing on the physician's point of view. It has some valid points, but I wouldn't buy it again unless it was used and inexpensive.Published 10 months ago by G. Baker
This is an excellent book in which the author describes in some detail a vision for high quality, affordable health care in this country. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John B. Hayhurst
Definitely a book to add to arsenal if you're trying to get a handle on the industry. It's got its finger on the pulse of the where industry is headed.Published 18 months ago by jha
Whether we like it not, health care policy and the dynamic changes that are occurring within America's health care system are complex, controversial, and historic. Dr. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jonathan D. Fleece
Dr. Schimpff brings a "from the trenches" perspective to his examination of the huge changes that are impacting the way Americans receive and finance their healthcare. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Philip H. Grantham