The intricacies and issues surrounding the health care reform debate are the specialty of Alan B. Miller, CEO of Universal Health Services, Inc. an industry leader operating 138 private hospitals in the United States and Puerto Rico. He addresses health care system's inefficiencies and offers sound solutions. Miller debunks the purported 45.7 million uninsured figure and offers 13 to 16 million, a realistic goal. He dissects what's financially wrong with Medicare and Medicaid; he explains the negative impacts of a single payer system; he tackles the uninsured immigration issue; and places a spotlight on malpractice tort reform and the inadequacies within the insurance industry. If these issues were addressed, Miller contends, the government could save the majority of the $1 trillion earmarked for health care reform. In Reform that Makes Sense, Miller puts politics and punditry aside and simply lays out the facts. He approaches it in medical terms...diagnosis and remedy. For Miller, the answers to the nation's health care problems are found within the private sector, not a sprawling bureaucracy.
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Alan B. Miller has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Health Realty Income Trust since 1986 and has been its President since February 2003. Mr. Miller has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Health Services Inc., King of Prussia, PA (hospital management and health care services) since 1978 and served as its President until May 2009. Previously, Mr. Miller served as President of Universal Health Realty Income Trust until 1990. Prior thereto, Mr. Miller served as President, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of American Medicorp Inc. He has been a Director of the Board of Universal Health Services Inc. since 1978. Mr. Miller has been a Trustee of Universal Health Realty Income Trust since 1986. He serves as a Trustee of Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. He has been a Director of Broadlane Inc. (an e-commerce marketplace for healthcare supplies, equipment and services) since 2000. He served as a Director of CDI Corp. since 1994.Review:
An important book from a health care pioneer. --David Whelan, Forbes
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Book Description Sterling & Ross Publishers, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0982139292
Book Description Sterling & Ross Publishers, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110982139292