Solving the American Health Care Crisis is a comprehensive comparison of health care systems around the world, covering critical issues that America currently faces while presenting solutions for a high-quality, affordable, and accessible universal system that includes the best practices of other industrialized nations.
In the span of his career as an international businessman and entrepreneur, Umang Malhotra has voyaged through nearly eighty countries and shares his vast knowledge of other nations and their health care systems as he examines the current American health care system. Malhotra provides results of his research and presents beneficial solutions while answering such questions as:
Today, more than forty-seven million Americans are uninsured and millions more are underinsured. The answers contained in Solving the American Health Care Crisis provide hope that America can create a future system where all people can receive quality health care.
- Why is the cost of health care per person so much lower in other countries?
- What is the effect of rising health care costs?
- What can United States policymakers learn from their foreign counterparts?
- How can technology play a key role in cutting costs?