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The Bookshelf: Nov. 22, 2016

In this week’s Bookshelf, our content partner Kirkus Reviews highlights The Human Face of ObamaCare.

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Trib+Health is joining with respected books authority Kirkus Reviews to bring you select reviews of books of note in the field of health care. For more book reviews and recommendations, visit Kirkus.com.

THE HUMAN FACE OF OBAMACARE: Promises vs. Reality and What Comes Next

by John Geyman

America’s medical system faces severe and worsening problems under ObamaCare and can only be cured by a revolutionary turn toward public health insurance, according to this exposé. … Geyman pulls no punches in detailing the failings of ObamaCare, but he’s equally hard on the market-based reforms of Republican opponents of the system ... Instead, he fingers profit-driven health care as the root of the problem, and advocates a Canadian-style, single-payer National Health Insurance program funded entirely by the government and delivered by private, not-for-profit hospitals and doctor groups. ... The result is a smart, savvy analysis that shows the human cost of a broken system.

For the full review, visit kirkus.com.

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