Chaire de recherche du Canada en économie politique internationale et comparée (CRÉPIC)
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La réforme de la santé aux États-Unis : que va-t-il arriver maintenant?
13 déc. 2012 - La GETOSS tiendra un séminaire de recherche intitulé «Health Care Reform in the USA: What's Next?» le jeudi 13 décembre, à l'ENAP à Montréal.

Lawrence D. Brown is Professor of Health Policy and Management in the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.  A political scientist, he got a Ph.D. in government at Harvard University in 1973.  After positions at Harvard, the Brookings Institution, and the University of Michigan, in 1988 he came to Columbia, where he chaired the Department of Health Policy and Management for ten years and the university’s Public Policy Consortium for three years.  He is the author of Politics and Health Care Organizations: HMOs as Federal Policy (Brookings Institution, 1983) and of articles on the political dimensions of community cost containment, expansion of coverage for the uninsured, national health reform, the role of analysis in the formation of health policy, and cross-national health policy. Mr. Brown edited the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law for five years, has served on several national advisory committees for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, has an RWJ Investigators in Health Policy award, and is a member of the Institute of Medicine.