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Healthcare Valuation: The Four Pillars of Healthcare Value, Volume 1 by Robert James Cimasi

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CHAPTER 1

The Chronology of U.S. Healthcare Delivery: From Caduceus to Corporatization

1.1 Foundation of U.S. Healthcare

1.1.1 Origins of Medicine

1.1.2 Professional Practice and Status of the Physician

1.1.3 Rise of the Medical University

1.1.4 Eastern Medical Traditions

1.1.5 Renaissance: Revival of Anatomy and Physiology

1.1.6 Seventeenth Century: The Dawn of Scientific Liberty

1.1.7 Eighteenth Century: The Shift Toward the “Science” of Medicine

1.1.8 Nineteenth Century: The Rise of “the Practice of Medicine” in the United States

1.1.9 Diversified Schools of Medicine

1.1.10 Diversified Roles of Medicine

1.1.11 Specialization of the Sciences

1.1.12 Site of Care: Rise of the Hospital

1.2 Early 1900s

1.2.1 The Rise and Controversy of Physician Specialties

1.2.2 Introduction of Health Insurance

1.2.3 The Regulation of Competition in Healthcare

1.3 1930s–1950s

1.3.1 Social Security Act

1.3.2 Disability Insurance

1.3.3 Postwar Technologies

1.3.4 Hill-Burton Act of 1946

1.3.5 The Creation of the Joint Commission

1.4 1960s

1.4.1 Creation of Medicare

1.4.2 Creation of Medicaid

1.5 1970s

1.5.1 Anti-Kickback Statute

1.5.2 Rising Costs of Healthcare

1.5.3 Attempted Healthcare Reform

1.5.4 Health Maintenance Organization Act of 1973

1.6 1980s

1.6.1 The Graduate Medical Education National Advisory Committee (GMENAC)

1.6.2 Passage of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA)

1.6.3 Passage of Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA)

1.6.4 Development of Diagnosis Related ...

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