A Spirit of Charity



A Spirit of Charity Most Americans Have Historically Viewed The Nation S Great Public Hospitals Charity, Grady, Cook County, And Parkland Among Them As Refuges Of Last Resort For Poor And Uninsured People But These Iconic Institutions Some Closed, Some Renamed, Others Rebuilt Have Also Served As A Safety Valve For The Nation S Highly Profitable Medical Industrial Complex They Are A Key To Understanding The Evolution Of America S 3 Trillion Health Care System Not Just For The Poor, But The Affluent As Well, Argues Veteran Journalist Mike King In A Major New Book, A Spirit Of Charity Restoring The Bond Between America And Its Public Hospitals In A Country That Has Yet To Determine Whether Access To Basic Medical Care Is A Right Or An Earned Privilege, America S Public Hospitals Bear The Burden Of That Indecision, Writes King The Historic Bond Between These Hospitals And The Governments That Gave Them Birth Is Being Challenged In An Era Of Fiscal Austerity And Reliance On Marketplace Solutions To Health Care Spending That Is Especially So In Those States Whose Hostility To The Federal Government Has Caused Them To Forgo Billions Of Dollars In Funding Offered Under The Affordable Care Act That Could Have Provided Coverage For Millions Of Newly Insured Poor, King Writes The Book Traces The History And Challenges At Several Large Public Hospitals Around The Country, Civic Fixtures That Once Were The Most Important Medical Institutions In The Community, But Places Now That Americans With Good Health Insurance Would Rather Avoid Yet, These Places Have A Remarkable Ability To Survive And To Adapt To The Marketplace Changes Forced Upon Them Through An Examination Of Their Unique History And Incisive Analysis Of Policy Successes And Failures, A Spirit Of Charity Reveals The Remarkable Story Of Why Public Hospitals Matter And Why They Should Play A Prominent Role In Our Public Policy Discussions.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 352 pages
  • A Spirit of Charity
  • Mike King
  • English
  • 23 December 2018

10 thoughts on “A Spirit of Charity

  1. Anna says:

    A spirit of Charity Restoring the Bond between America and Its Public Hospitals by Mike King and published last June by Secant Publishing treat for sure a warm, warm theme in the American society and policy public health.What a wonderful book this one You feel it, you participate, you see injustices, and you would want to change the world You suffer while reading this book.Not only this book treats of public structures, in particular the born, progression and story of the Grady Memorial Hospital of Atlanta, Georgia, but also of the progression of the medicine during the various decades and centuries Before and after the Secession War there were many changes in terms of important discoveries in medicine.Some public structures in the USA, are real excellence like Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, where no one apart poor are cured apart some exceptions.At the Grady Memorial Hospital HIV AIDS patients are cured with success, but also cancer patients, where also a wealthy patient could start a treatment with chemotherapy The hospital is great also for minor problems, and the list of excellence of this place pretty ...

  2. Melissa Dee says:

    If you don t set this book down with a great feeling of fury, you are not paying attention The health care system in the United States is a nightmare of acronyms, agencies, and politicians I would venture to say that most affluent educated citizens have no idea what the health insurance options are for an uneducated poor individual are, despite all of the press about Obamacare and the other health care initiatives of the last fifty years.You can t walk away from Charity claiming ignorance With great clarity and precision King details the history of health care in the US, with an emphasis on the role of public hospitals His indictment of the role state governments, particularly in the South is passionate and compelling.I found this must read book dee...

  3. Kristine says:

    A Spirit of Charity Restoring the Bond Between America and its Public Hospitals by Mike King is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early June.Speaking at an appropriately empathic and nurturing level, King outlines the past, present, and futures of Grady Memorial, Bellevue, Jackson Memorial, and Cook County pub...

  4. Leigh says:

    Grim and enlightening, King lays out a clear picture of the past, present, and future of public hospitals like Grady Memorial in Atlanta hospitals that turn away no one, but are denied funding through the ACA because of the limited vision, compassion, and intelligence of state elected officials.

  5. Rhonda Lomazow says:

    A fascinating look at public hospitals the people they treat the reality of their survival.A very difficult situation told in a very interesting book,

  6. Susan Clingman says:

    Tough subject but not sure what the answer is.

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