Quentin Young

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
A growing popular movement besieges a health policy status quo near financial as well as moral bankruptcy. A single-payer, Canadian-style national health program would assure universal, egalitarian coverage; democratic, rather than corporate, control of key policy choices; financing based on ability to pay; and cost controls that spare needed care as well(More)
After five years, the Health and Medicine Policy Research Group, out of generosity or vain-glory, has come to believe that its health policy interventions are a moveable feast. In what follows, the nation's premier interviewer extracts from three HMPRG stalwarts the history and the style of work which, up to this moment, has proven remarkably productive for(More)
  • 1