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Governments and health care organizations are increasingly interested in ways to rethink and reform their health care systems. To help provide a foundation for future reform, the authors examined the health care systems in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The authors assessed productivity in the treatment of four diseases during the late 1980s: diabetes, cholelithiasis (gallstones), breast cancer, and lung cancer. The authors looked at the different day-to-day actions of doctors and hospitals and tried to connect these actions to differences in longevity and the quality of life.
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