4 edition of European health care reform found in the catalog.
European health care reform
Richard B. Saltman
by World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe in Copenhagen
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Richard B. Saltman & Josep Figueras.|
|Series||WHO regional publications -- no. 72|
|Contributions||Figueras, Josep, 1959-, Saltman, Richard B., World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe.|
|LC Classifications||RA395.E85 E85 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
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Members of Congress, state legislatures, regulating agencies, health insurers, the provider community, health services researchers, health policy institutes, labor unions, and industry are all seeking to upgrade their knowledge and understanding of given aspects of the performance of European health care systems.
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In conclusion, in reforming the health care system for the next decades, health care policymakers in Europe and the United States should constantly keep in mind that health policies should be rooted. Health system reform, in Europe as elsewhere, has often been influenced as much by theory and conjecture as by fact and experience.
In a study published in Septemberthe Regional Office for. European health care reform. Analysis of current strategies () This publication is only available online. Many governments in the WHO European Region are reviewing their health care systems and the suitability of their existing approaches to financing, organizing and delivering health care services.
Part One, about how health-care reform and the health-care system took shape during the twentieth century, presents the same kind of social and historical analysis as Social Transformation did.
But Part Two, which deals with the parallel stories of the Clinton health plan and Republican health /5(13). The second broad theme in European health care reform is the decentralization of administrative and sometimes policy authority to lower levels in the public sector and to the private by: European Health Care Reform succeeds remarkably well in revealing the complex nature of the challenges faced by physicians, policy makers, and others involved in healthcare reforms.
The main, and competing, challenges are to improve the quality of health care. “Critical Challenges for Health Care Reforms in Europe” is a detailed, objective and interesting account of how European countries set about resolving the dilemma of ensuring good quality care equitably.
Summary: Presents and interprets the findings of a large study of recent efforts to reform health care in European countries. The study was conducted at a time when most governments face multiple. European Health Care Reform: Analysis of Current Strategies. Richard B Saltman, Josep Figueras.
WHO Regional Office of Europe, £13, pp ISBN 92 2Author: Sakari Karjalainen. Because a picture is worth a thousand words, the biggest differences between the U.S. and U.K. health systems can be captured by a sequence of three diagrams comparing the “participants” in the U.S.
health care system and those in the British system (Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3).Figure 1 shows the basic transaction between a provider (a doctor) and a patient who pays for his or her own care. European Health Care Reform: Analysis of Current Strategies WHO Regional Publications, European Series no.
Copenhagen: World Health Organization, pp. $ by: 4. This volume explores the central issues driving the present process of healthcare reform in Europe.
More than 30 scholars and policy makers from all parts of Europe draw together the available evidence from epidemiology and public health, economics, public policy, organizational behavior and management theory as well as real world policy making experience, to lay out the options that health.
France's health care system is typical of those of most European countries: It is a state-oriented system that operates with little concern for the economic dynamic of supply and demand or. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Saltman, Richard B.
European health care reform. Copenhagen: World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe, US Presidents have struggled with the complex politics of health care reform and universal health care since the beginning of the twentieth century.
The debate about the role of the federal government in the funding for avenues of healthcare. Research Article Health Affairs Vol No.2 Analyzing The Evidence On European Health Care ReformsCited by:. Europeans have also dealt with health care reform, and their experiences have been compiled in two editons of a book, Critical Challenges for Health Care Reform in Europe, co-edited by Richard Saltman, professor of health policy management in the School of Public Health.
The lessons garnered from this work have already affected discussion in Europe .This Sourcebook has the latest information and data on pressing health care topics. It also includes the names and contact details for top experts in each subject area, along with a comprehensive glossary of health care policy terms.
This guide was made possible with the support of the National Institute for Health Care .Health and health sector challenges faced by policy-makers in the European Region, and evidence on the impact of key reform strategies are reviewed. Topics considered are: the pressures for reform; integrating reform themes; confronting resource scarcity; funding systems equitably; allocating resources effectively; delivering services efficiently; the process of implementing reform Cited by: