Since the end of the eighteenth century, the insurance industry has cast a safety net around the world, first in the British Isles and then further afield, irrespective of cultural, political and ideological divides. Unlike previous publications on insurance history, which tend to discuss the development of national markets or individual companies, this book focuses on the creation of networks across borders from the end of the eighteenth century to the present day.
A Comparative Analysis Of The Impact Of Healthcare Insurance Availability On Health Outcomes In Hawai'i And Mississippi
This investigation compares, contrasts and analyzes the impact of healthcare insurance availability on health outcomes in Hawai'i and Mississippi and tests the hypothesis that health insurance prevalence improves access to care and health outcomes. Utilizing Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey data for the states of Hawai i and Mississippi, author James Lenhart argues for public health policy that improves healthcare insurance prevalence in the U.S. as well as public policy that improves health insurance plan characteristics.
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