It might be possible that you’re just as confused and unclear about health care reform as I am. In a world where information travels quickly and in large quantities, it’s difficult to feel anything but overwhelmed when it comes to the big issues.
Health care is an extremely important topic and of course, the Library is here to help. Under our Tools and Research tab, a handy sheet filled with links has been created to help inform you about the ongoing health care reform debate. This American Life has put together a series explaining how the health care system works and why costs only keep going up in part one and takes a deeper look into the health insurance industry in part two.
And, a booklist…
- Healthcare, Guaranteed: A Simple, Secure Solution for America, Ezekiel J. Emanuel – Without real-life health care nightmare stories, Emanuel provides short and simple suggestions.
Worried Sick: A Prescription for Health in an Overtreated America, Nortin M. Hadler – Although not a look at health care reform, Hadler examines an important overlooked issue.
Health Care, David M. Haugen, editor – From the Opposing Viewpoints series, differing opinions on the health care issue are explored.
Total Cure: The Antidote to the Health Care Crisis, Harold S. Luft -Luft presents an entirely new proposal to health care reform.
America’s Health Care Crisis Solved: Money-Saving Solutions, Coverage for Everyone, J. Patrick Rooney – A readable book explaining fresh solutions.
The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, and Fairer Health Care, T.R. Reid – In this New York Times Bestseller, Reid explains methods of affordable health care for everyone