Use our catalog to find these and other books. Topics to search include: medical economics, medical policy, health care reform, health expenditures, health policy,delivery of health care.
EconLit with Full Text (EBSCO)
Indexes and abstracts journal articles, books, working papers and dissertations in the field of economics based on the Journal of Economic Literature's subject classification
. Provides access to the full-text of selected journals including all American Economic Association journals. Topics include economic theory and history, monetary theory, labor economics, international, regional and urban economics. Coverage goes back to 1886.
MEDLINE (Thomson Scientific / ISI Web Services)
Search the Medline portion of PubMed.Citations export easily to EndNote.
Offers indexing of journal articles and books in all areas of biomedicine. Worldwide coverage with an emphasis on English-language peer-reviewed journals. Developed by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) and currently maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Practice advanced search features with the interactive PubMed Searching Step by Step
Provides abstracts and indexing to journals, books, book chapters, technical reports and dissertations in all areas of psychology. International in scope; coverage is from 1887 to present.
Practice advanced search features with the interactive PsycINFO Tutorial
CINAHL with Full Text (EBSCO)
Indexes academic journals, standards of practice, trade magazines, continuing education units, dissertations, and more in the fields of nursing and allied health. Includes abstracts and selected full-text. Coverage goes back to 1981.
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Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. Scholar search tips
If you are interested in health care economics from a microeconomic perspective, starting off with an industry report is an excellent way to get your bearings. The scope of the industry reports included in these databases vary, buy you are likely to find reports in the 62 NAICS classificaiton for health care and 32 NAICS classification for pharmaceutical and biotechnology.
NetAdvantage (Standard & Poor's, Capital IQ)
Offers market information, company quotes, equity index information, industry information (including the S&P Industry Surveys
), and economic data.
Provides access to U.S. and global industry market research reports.
Provides company reports and directory information for U.S. private and public companies. Also includes consumer marketing and directory information for U.S. individuals.
Interest Groups and Organizations
While research conducted by interests and organizations my not be objective it still may make valuable contributions to the information ecosystem.
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
American Medical Association Advocacy Topics
American Hospital Association
International Health Economics Association
Encyclopedia of Associations directory to find more of the above.
Leadership Directory similar to above with emphasis on in the beltway groups
Data Rich Sources
Bureau of Economic Analysis Health Care Satellite Account
National Center for Health Statistics
World Health Organization
World Bank Health Data
Agency for Health Research and Quality Health Care Utilization and Medical Expenditures
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
U.S. Dept. Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Service Adminsistration Data