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Hamstrung and Hogtied: Cascading Constraints on Citizen Governors in Medicare

by Tom Archibald, Colleen Flood

Hamstrung and Hogtied: Cascading Constraints on Citizen Governors. Colleen Flood and Tom Archibald. Health Care Accountability Papers, No|6. June 2005. 57 pp.

Hamstrung and Hogtied: Cascading Constraints on Citizen Governors in Medicare is by Colleen Flood, Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy, Faculty of Law, and Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto, and Tom Archibald, Research Associate and S.J.D. Candidate, Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. The authors explore the role citizens can play in improving accountability at five different levels in the health care system.

Release Date: 24 Jun 2005
Number of pages: 57
Document number: 37473