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The health care system remains in crisis, and it’s hurting the overall economy. Join an insider as he examines the problem and offers solutions.

Everyone knows that there are severe challenges when it comes to health care delivery and financing these days. Even so, not many people are offering viable solutions. Author Roger H. Strube, MD, spent thirty-six years in medical education, training, practice, and health care administration, and he’s not satisfied with the status quo. He shares his personal experiences along with a vision of how to fix the problems associated with a broken system.

If you have been frustrated by excessive paperwork, high expenses, and poor treatment in the current health care system, Strube can help you understand the root causes behind the troubles. You’ll discover

  • • ways that the medical-industrial complex cripples the economy;
  • • a plan to get control of skyrocketing medical expenses while improving the quality of care;
  • • strategies to develop the right decision-making tools and protocols;
  • • a vision to bring the practice and administration of medicine into the electronic age.

All Americans must understand our core problems and realize what real reforms can be made to control costs and improve our health care system. Learn an insider’s perspective on Discovering the Cause and the Cure for American’s Health Care Crisis.

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