- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 What do we know about the role of health care technology in driving health care expenditure growth?
- Chapter 2 The process of health care innovation: problem sequences, systems, and symbiosis
- Chapter 3 Technology: scientific force or power force?
- Chapter 4 Diffusion of health technologies: evidence from the pharmaceutical sector
- Chapter 5 Insurance and new technology
- Chapter 6 Technological change and health insurance*
- Chapter 7 Health insurance and the uptake of new drugs in the United States
- Chapter 8 Genetic advances and health insurance
- Chapter 9 Ageing and pharmaceutical innovation
- Chapter 10 New approaches to health care innovation: information for the chronic patient
- Chapter 11 The convergence of nano-, bio-, and information technologies in healthcare
- Chapter 12 Treatment uncertainty and irreversibility in medical care: implications for cost-effectiveness analysis*
- Chapter 13 The limits and challenges to the economic evaluation of health technologies
- Chapter 14 Intellectual property rights and pharmaceutical development
- Chapter 15 Home or nursing home? The effect of medical innovation on the demand for long-term care
- Chapter 16 Knowledge, technology, and demand for online health information
- Chapter 17 Institutional pathways for integrating genetic testing into mainstream health care
Incentives, Organization, and Financing (p.ii)
- The Economics of New Health Technologies
- Oxford University Press
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