Selling our souls looks at the but health care is a peculiar thing to buy and sell the increasing commodification of health care and hospitals are . Health care costs make up nearly a fifth of us gross domestic product but health care is a peculiar thing to buy and sell both a scarce resource and a basic. In chapter 10 of the social system talcott parsons asserted that the tension between professional care and making money was the major challenge facing healthca. International social science review volume 91 issue 1 article 16 2015 selling our souls the commodification of hospital care in the united states by adam d. The strained relationship between money and medicine has long been a focus of sociological inquiries into health care one of the classic formulations is offered by talcott parsons in the social system
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