By Louis W. Sullivan (auth.), Richard Allen Williams (eds.)
Building upon the luck of Dr. Williams's greatly influential booklet doing away with Healthcare Disparities in the US: past the IOM document, this new quantity takes a clean and well timed examine the nation of healthcare reform and the development and difficulties we are facing within the pursuit of healthcare equality. This e-book specializes in how the removing of disparities should be entire via precise efforts made in the context of reform.
Comprising the mixed efforts of the nation's top future health coverage analysts, researchers, key opinion leaders and clinicians, this booklet addresses either present and drawing close laws and destiny hobbies in healthcare. With the information that the matter of disparities extends past the current political area into the bigger scope of all points of healthcare supply, the authors supply severe research of the causation of disparities, insightful examples of what has labored, and a remarkable name to motion with implementable options for advancing equality.
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In Philadelphia, James Derham was a slave who bought his freedom with the proceeds from a successful medical practice. Papan, a Virginia slave, learned medicine from his masters and became so skilled at treating skin and venereal diseases that the Virginia legislature set him free. Cesar, enslaved in South Carolina, was also rewarded with freedom because of his medical expertise. Primus, another “slave-doctor,” was a pioneer in the treatment of snakebite and rabies; when his master died, Primus took over his surgical practice.
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