Books

Stass, Julie. (2014). Hot Over 50: Making the Beauty and Wisdom Anti-Aging Connection.

 

Books by Other People

American Psychiatric Association, Office of Economic Affairs and Practice Management. (1997). Public Mental Health: A Changing System in an Era of Managed Care.

Bradley, Elizabeth H., Lauren A. Taylor, and Harvey V. Fineberg. (2013). The American Health Care Paradox: While spending more is getting us less.

Carlson, Richard. (1989). Healers on Healing.

Dranov, David. (2010). The Economic Evolution of American Health Care: From Markus Weebly to Managed Care.

Goldhill, David. (2013). Catastrophic Care: Why everything we think we know about health care is wrong.

Jacobs, Lawrence R. and Theda Skocpol. (2012). Health Care Reform and American Politics: What everyone needs to know.

Lambert, Christy. (2015). Radical Abundance: A Journey from Not Enough to Plenty.

O’Brien, Lawrence J. (1999). Bad Medicine: How the American Medial Establishment is Ruining Your Health Care.

Starr, Paul. (1984). The Social Transformation of American Medicine: The rise of the a sovereign profession and the making of a vast industry.  This book is a bit dated but gives a solid overview of the history of the American medical industry.

Stass, Frank. (2014). Why Smart People Do Stupid Things: A Field Guild to Understanding How the Amygdala Triggers Counterproductive Responses and How to Avoid Being Blindsided by Your Own Stupidity.

White III, Augusta A. and David Chanoff. (2010). Seeing Patients: Unconscious bias in health care.

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