Eastern Europe and countries of the former Soviet Union have specific health care problems that cannot be addressed using the classical instruments of economic analysis. These must be adjusted to allow for the considerable restructuring of health care systems which is going on as they move towards more market-orientated economies. This text has been specifically written for students of health economics in Eastern Europe and countries of the former Soviet Union, and for hospital managers and other staff working in the health care sector in these countries. Particular emphasis is placed upon operational issues encountered by decision-makers and managers, particularly regarding finance and budgeting, management of resources, and the role of the market in health care
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