Priced Out: The Economics and Ethnical Costs of American Health Care

You will be reading Uwe Reinhardt’s book, Priced Out: The Economics and Ethnical Costs of American Health Care, and writing a thorough book report. You are expected to read the entire book, thus I would advise not to wait too long until starting your book report. The due date for the book report is provided in your schedule.
A good general structure and format for a book review can be found here: https://economics.buffalostate.edu/writing-book-review. Please utilize this resource to structure your book report. It should be clear in your book report that you read all the chapters and you should also tie it in to the class as a whole.

Besides the above guideline to writing a book report, your report should include the following aspects:
Who was Uwe Reinhardt writing to? That is, who is his audience and why?
What are the overall lessons that can be learned from this book? How do you think it can influence health policy?
Describe the critical debates of the book and discuss where you stand on them.
What are the main conclusions drawn from this book?

Important: it is NOT the intent of the book report to simply summarize the book and quote the author. You should write the book report in your own words.

Due dates are given in the syllabus. These are binding dates.
Grading of Final Draft (160 points total):
1. Writing Quality/Errors (40 points): score is based on using proper writing conventions such as spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
A paper with no writing errors will receive 40 points.
Points will be deducted based on number of errors per page.

2. Structure and Flow of Paper (40 points): your paper must have a logistical flow and structure to it.
A paper that is easy to follow with ideas presented clearly and concisely will receive 40 points.

3. Content (80 points): full credit for content will be given based on the criteria established above:
A good general structure and format for a book review.
It should be clear in your book report that you read all the chapters and you should also tie it in to the class as a whole.
Who was Uwe Reinhardt writing to? That is, who is his audience and why?
What are the overall lessons that can be learned from this book? How do you think it can influence health policy?
Describe the critical debates of the book and discuss where you stand on them.
What are the main conclusions drawn from this book?
Of note, a minimum of 8 pages is required for the book report (not including your bibliography page). A 10% deduction per page from the final points will be applied for each page that is missing.

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