Economic Crisis, Health Systems and Health in Europe: Impact and Implications for Policy (Paperback)Sarah Thomson (author), Matthew Jowett (author), Tamas Evetovits (author), Philipa Mladovsky (author), Anna Maresso (author), Josep Figueras (author), Jonathan Cylus (author), Marina Karanikolos (author), Hans Kluge (author)
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This book looks at how health systems in Europe reacted to pressure created by the financial and economic crisis that began in 2008. Drawing on the experience of over 45 countries, the authors:analyse health system responses to the crisis in three policy areas: public funding for the health system; health coverage; and health service planning, purchasing and delivery assess the impact of these responses on health systems and population health identify policies most likely to sustain the performance of health systems facing financial pressure explore the political economy of implementing reforms in a crisisThe book is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the choices available to policy-makers - and the implications of failing to protect health and health-system performance - in the face of economic and other forms of shock.
Publisher: Open University Press
Number of pages: 216
Dimensions: 230 x 155 x 14 mm
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