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The very high residual degree of death and disease from atherosclerosis needs new approaches [Editorial]

Makover, Michael E; Schloss, Michael
PMID: 27206932
ISSN: 1933-2874
CID: 2112512

Running through the cholesterol maze [Newspaper Article]

Makover, Michael
ORIGINAL:0006291
ISSN: 0362-4331
CID: 75781

What is the best strategy for reducing deaths from heart disease?

Makover, Michael E; Ebrahim, Shah
BACKGROUND TO THE DEBATE: Coronary artery disease is a major cause of death worldwide. Two very different approaches have been proposed as a way of reducing these deaths. The 'high risk' approach uses tools such as risk factor scoring and carotid ultrasound to try and identify those at highest risk, and then treats them aggressively. The 'population' approach aims to shift the distribution of risk factors across a population in a beneficial direction with the goal of reducing heart disease in the whole population
PMCID:1087207
PMID: 15839727
ISSN: 1549-1676
CID: 63831

"Severed trust: why American medicine hasn't been fixed" by George D. Lundberg, MD [Book Review]

Makover, Michael
ORIGINAL:0006292
ISSN: 0887-9346
CID: 75782

At HMOs, cost-effectiveness costs patients [Newspaper Article]

Makover, Michael
ORIGINAL:0006293
ISSN: 0278-5587
CID: 75783

What's wrong with managed care and how to fix it [General Interest Article]

Makover, Michael
ORIGINAL:0006294
ISSN: 0887-9346
CID: 75784

Health/Tick, Tick, Tick [General Interest Article]

Makover, Michael
ORIGINAL:0006295
ISSN: 0028-7369
CID: 75785

Rescue Health Care Day, 1999-

Fixing health care

Makover, Michael
(Website)
CID: 150910

Mismanaged care : how corporate medicine jeopardizes your health

Makover, Michael E
Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 1998
Extent: 300 p. ; 24cm
ISBN: 157392248x
CID: 1375

Forward

Chapter by: Makover, Michael
in: Laurie Blum's free money for diseases of aging by Blum, Laurie [Eds]
New York : Simon & Schuster, 1992
pp. ?-?
ISBN: 0671745921
CID: 4634