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Health care and cost containment in the European Union

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Published by Ashgate in Aldeshot, Brookfield [Vt.] USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • European Union countries.,
  • European Union countries
    • Subjects:
    • Medical care -- Economic aspects -- European Union countries.,
    • Medical care -- European Union countries -- Cost control.,
    • Medical policy -- European Union countries.,
    • Health care reform -- European Union countries.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Elias Mossialos and Julian Le Grand.
      ContributionsMossialos, Elias, Le Grand, Julian.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA410.55.E85 H42 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 795 p. :
      Number of Pages795
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL382275M
      ISBN 101840144033
      LC Control Number98044661

      See general information about how to correct material in RePEc. It was also observed that prices decreases was correlated with the frequency of price revision, with countries infrequently revising prices having flat prices, whereas those with frequent revising saw a regular price decline over time. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law The goal is to provide, through scientific and methodological rigor, new informative tools useful for the implementation of new policies in the health-care sector in order to implement effective health-care integration in the European Union. The evidence shows that: Cost sharing shifts costs to individuals and leads to significant reductions in the use of health care.

      Countries using ERP such as european countries generally have lower pharmaceuticals expenditures, [2] [15] and the United States, where drug prices are not directly regulated, the highest. Charles C. Summary The issue Over the last 20 years the level of private spending on health care has risen in many western European countries, leading to concern about its impact. Yet inter-national experience over the last forty years has demonstrated that greater reliance on the market is associated with inferior system performance—inequity, inefficiency, high cost, and public dissatisfaction.

      So why is this issue back again? You can help correct errors and omissions. Freedom to choose is necessary to grant the people of Europe the same access to public-sector health-care services. Michael Parker, ed.


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Health care and cost containment in the European Union book

Elias Mossialos and Julian LeGrand, eds. The goal is to provide, through scientific and methodological rigor, new informative tools useful for the implementation of new policies in the health-care sector in order to implement effective health-care integration in the European Union.

The EU can play a supportive and active role in helping to identify the right tools for hospital reform by using its tools of economic governance, policy advice, evidence building and exchange of best practices and providing funding for investments in the sector.

Apart from being a cost factor, this impacts negatively on quality of care, as countries with more hospitalisations per capita tend to have also higher shares of preventable hospitalisations.

Samuel Forman and Matthew Kelliher. See general information about how to correct material in RePEc. If their income exceeds that amount, they can have private health insurance instead. Triplett, ed.

Isenberg and Richard E. The 'second health market' in Germany is compared to the United States still relatively small, but is growing continuously. Chaloupka et al. You can help adding them by using this form. Freedom to choose is necessary to grant the people of Europe the same access to public-sector health-care services.

The United States is the leading example. However, some countries such as Turkey and Indonesia saw a decrease in drug prices following the implementation of ERP, although there is no objectively direct evidence this decrease was caused by the introduction of ERP.

For women, the top diagnoses related to pregnancies, breast cancer, and heart disease.

Health care and cost containment in the European Union

New York: Zed, Reducing operational costs has also been widely applied and proven to contribute to cost control in the short term.

Frank J. Clear boundaries between the private and public health-care sectors to prevent distortion of public resource allocation and inequalities of access. The evidence shows that: Allowing people to opt out of statutory health insurance threatens its long-term financial stability.

More about this item Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. Yet inter-national experience over the last forty years has demonstrated that greater reliance on the market is associated with inferior system performance—inequity, inefficiency, high cost, and public dissatisfaction.

The study noted considerable difficulties in cross border comparison of medication use. Document Details. In this essay, we first summarize a body of evidence drawn from the US that addresses the question whether competition will contain costs of medical care, and improve access and outcome Section II.Research Article The ‘Triple Aim’ Goes Global Health Affairs Vol No.4 Health Care Cost Containment Strategies Used In Four Other High-Income Countries Hold Lessons For The United StatesCited by: Cost containment and health care reform: a study of the European Union Tom, "A qualitative study of GPs' and PCO stakeholders' views on the importance and influence of cost on prescribing W.A.

& Muffels, R.J.A., "Public health care in balance: Exploring popular support for health care systems in the European Union," WORC.

This study provides an overview of health policies and cost containment measures in the EU member states during the last 15 years. It begins with two background sections: a review of some aspects of the current systems of health care in the European Union, and a review of recent expenditure trends.

Elias Mossialos’s most popular book is Health Systems Governance in Europe. Elias Mossialos has 24 books on Goodreads with 25 ratings. Elias Mossialos’s most popular book is Health Systems Governance in Europe. Elias Mossialos has 24 books on Goodreads with 25 ratings.

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Over the last 20 years the level of private spending on health care has risen in many western European countries, leading to concern about its impact. The main channels of private spending are private health insurance policies and cost-sharing schemes in public health systems.

Findings.