Category Archives: McVaugh, M. R. (Michael Rogers)

Medicine and the Hospital in History, Part 2 of 2

Donald Madison, Michael McVaugh, and Timothy Miller continue in the discussion about the origins of institutional medical care, in terms of both recent and distant history. Does the concept of socialized medicine, for example, have precedents? When does the commercial … Continue reading

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Medicine and the Hospital in History, Part 1 of 2

Donald Madison, Michael McVaugh, and Timothy Miller discuss the social issue of medical care in the United States. In illustration, they cite the statistics that medical expenses increased from 4% in 1950 to 12% in the mid-1980s.¬†How did this situation … Continue reading

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