Multinational Monitor

OCT 2004
VOL 25 No. 10

FEATURES:

A People's Health System: Venezuela Works to Bring Healthcare to the Excluded
by Peter Maybarduke

Managed Care Goes Global: Latin America Confronts the Multinational Health Insurers
by Celia Iriart, Howard Waitzkin and Emerson Merhy

INTERVIEWS:

Nursing Power: California Nurses’ Collective Advocacy for Patients and Nurses
an interview with Rose Ann DeMoro

Physicians Rx For An Ailing Healthcare System
an interview with Claudia Fegan

NHS, Inc: The Accelerating Marketization of the UK's National Health Service
an interview with Allyson Pollock

DEPARTMENTS:

Behind the Lines

Editorial
The Right to Healthcare

The Front
Justice DeLay'd - Flu Profiteers

The Lawrence Summers Memorial Award

Names In the News

Resources

Resources

Organizations Publications

California Nurses Association
2000 Franklin Street
Oakland, CA 94612
E-mail: govrelations@calnurses.org
www.calnurses.org

Physicians for a National Health Program
29 East Madison Street, Suite 602
Chicago, IL 60602
E-mail: pnhp@aol.com
www.pnhp.org

Venezuela Information Office
733 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
E-mail: vio@veninfo.org
www.rethinkvenezuela.com

Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights
1750 Ocean Park Boulevard,
Suite 200
Santa Monica, CA 90405
E-mail: ftcr@consumerwatchdog.org
www.consumerwatchdog.org

Public Citizen’s Health Research Group
1600 20th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009
www.citizen.org/hrg

Center for Policy Analysis on Trade and Health
98 Seal Rock Drive
San Francisco, CA 94121
E-mail: info@cpath.org
www.cpath.org

Families USA
1334 G Street, NW
Washington DC 20005
E-mail: info@familiesusa.org
www.familiesusa.org

Consumers Union
1666 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20009
www.consumersunion.org

Center for Studying Health System Change
600 Maryland Avenue, SW, #550
Washington, DC 20024
E-mail: hscinfo@hschange.org
www.hschange.org

Everybody In, Nobody Out
www.everybodyinnobodyout.org

National Women’s Health Network
514 10th Street, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004
E-mail: nwhn@nwhn.org
www.nwhn.org

People’s Health Movement
Community Health Cell no. 367
Srinivasa Nilaya
Jakkasandra I Main
I Block
Koramangala
Bangalore 560 034
INDIA
E-mail: secretariat@phmovement.org
www.phmovement.org

Health Alliance International
1107 NE 45th Street, Suite 427
Seattle, WA 98105
E-mail: hai@u.washington.edu
hai@u.washington.edu

MedAct
601 Holloway Road
London N19 4DJ
UNITED KINGDOM
E-mail: info@medact.org
www.medact.org

Partners in Health/Institute for Health and Social Justice
641 Huntington Avenue, 1st Floor
Boston, MA 02115
E-mail: info@pih.org
www.pih.org

Texans for Public Justice
609 West 18th Street, Suite E
Austin, TX 78701
E-mail: tpj@tpj.org
www.tpj.org

Sickness and Wealth: The Corporate Assault on Global Health
Edited by Meredith Fort, Mary Ann Mercer, Oscar Gish
Cambridge, MA: South End Press, 2004

NHS plc: The Privatisation of Our Health Care
By Allyson Pollock
New York: Verso, 2004

Universal Health Care: What the United States Can Learn from the Canadian Experience
By Pat Armstrong, Hugh Armstrong and Claudia Fegan
New York: New Press, 1999

Critical Condition: How Health Care in America Became Big Business and Bad Medicine
By Donald Bartlett and James Steele
New York: Doubleday, 2004

Political and Economic Determinants of Population Health and Well-Being: Controversies and Developments
Edited by Vicente Navarro and Carles Muntaner
Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company, 2004

Health Care Meltdown: Confronting the Myths and Fixing Our Failing System
By Robert H. Lebow
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania: Alan C. Hood & Company, 2003

Bleeding the Patient: The Consequences of Corporate Healthcare
By David Himmelstein, Steffie Woolhandler and Ida Hellander
Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 2001

Code Green: Money-Driven Hospitals and the Dismantling of Nursing
By Dana Beth Weinberg
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 2003

 

 

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