Problems in Health Care Law

The Ninth Edition Of Problems In Health Care Law Has Been Extensively Updated And Restructured To Utilize The Problems Approach. This Classic Book Deliberately Seeks To State Expressly The General Principles - Both Of The Underlying Conflicting Public Policies And The Legal Solutions To Those Problems.

Amazon Sales Rank: #382838 in Books Published on: 2006-02-02 Original language: English Number of items: 1 Binding: Paperback 890 pages

Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Problems in Health Law By J. Rouysaen A a part of Master Degree of Health Law Program reading, this is a very good book, well organized,easy to read and understand.I have seen american health care system in different point of view through this book. Well explained everything that I ever questioned about american healthcare. 1 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Great condition. By Elena Kosheleva Was not sure what to expect when I ordered this product, since there was no description of how used it is. It arrived quickly and in great condition. This book is for a law class, so the material is as interesting as it gets. 1 of 7 people found the following review helpful. horrible By Derrick L. Minter this was single handed the worst experience ever, i never received the book from the person i bought it from and now i am fighting just to get my money back. The book itself, i had to borrow from my professor is very long and in depth about law. For the common folk, this book is not recommended, very complicated language used. See all 3 customer reviews...