Learning from One Another: The Future of Swedish and American Health Care

Gardner, Stephen
March 2002
Baylor Business Review;Winter/Spring2002, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
Focuses on the 2001 inaugural Baylor-Stockholm Conference on Health Care Policy which discussed the future of Swedish and U.S. health care. Description of health care in the U.S.; Outlook for health insurance; Comparison between the delivery of health care in Sweden and the U.S.


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