Does Health Care Have Value in Today's Marketplace?

Hixson, R. R.
June 2006
Annals of the American Psychotherapy Association;Summer2006, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p31
Academic Journal
The article emphasizes the value of health care in the current U.S. marketplace. The value of adequate medical and mental health care lies upon its capability to treat diseases and disorders. The health care's contributions to the quality of life, to treating pain and healing the sick and injured, to improving the lives of patients, to reducing health risks and to the development of more effective and less expensive treatments are proof of its value in the current marketplace.


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