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Guide to Coding and Reimbursement

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This population orientation brings with it the requirement to define health priorities and allocation of the appropriate, though usually scarce, resources. Policy paralysis seems to have been the response to date to Ireland’s urgent jobs crisis however a plan is needed now if Ireland is to avoid the structural unemployment experienced in the early 1990s. During this time, much of the European continent was ravaged by war, and the Marshall Plan, to rebuild Europe, laid the groundwork for political reform and provided the requisite energy and creativity for a much expanded welfare state.

Pages: 288

Publisher: Mosby-Year Book; 1st edition (June 1994)

ISBN: 0815101368

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