Ezekiel J. Emanuel



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Reinventing American Health...

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Brothers Emanuel: A Memoir ...

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Healthcare, Guaranteed: A S...

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Prescription for the Future...

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The Ends of Human Life: Med...

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Death and Dying: A Reader

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Global Justice and Bioethics

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Ezekiel J. Emanuel, Reinventing American Health Care: How the Affordable Care Act will Improve our Terribly Complex, Blatantly Unjust, Outrageously Expensive, Grossly Inefficient, Error Prone System

“In other words, path dependence means that the institutions and arrangements created before—often created haphazardly or as an expedient—now constrain and shape the changes that are possible today.”
Ezekiel Emanuel, Reinventing American Health Care: How the Affordable Care Act will Improve our Terribly Complex, Blatantly Unjust, Outrageously Expensive, Grossly Inefficient, Error Prone System

“Conversely, there are other services in which Medicare is required to pay whatever it is charged. For instance, Medicare Part B pays oncologists for intravenous cancer chemotherapy drugs administered in the office. The”
Ezekiel J. Emanuel, Reinventing American Health Care: How the Affordable Care Act will Improve our Terribly Complex, Blatantly Unjust, Outrageously Expensive, Grossly Inefficient, Error Prone System



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