health services economics, prevention economics, doctor-patient relationship, health field
The relationship between doctors and patients in the medical and health field is a topic of recurrent discussion today. The topic is of immense interest because of the questions raised about value received for services purchased and because of the large amount of economic resource consumed. The size of the stakes are such that the debate will grow in the near future until some solution is found to remedy the value and cost for service dilemma.
Original Publication Citation
Prevention and Health Services Economics, (with Harold H. Gardner), The Options Journal, Options and Choices, February, 1988, pp. 1-8.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Gardner, Harold H., "Prevention and Health Economics" (1988). Faculty Publications. 3112.
The Options Journal
Family, Home, and Social Sciences