Health Systems, Health, Wealth And Societal Well-Being: Assessing The Case For Investing In Health Systems: Assessing the case for investing in health systems
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), May 1, 2011 - Social Science - 302 pages
This book, part of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policy series, looks at health systems from a new perspective by arguing that they are part and parcel of improving health and achieving better economic growth.
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scope functions and objectives
3 Reexamining the cost pressures on health systems
4 Economic costs of ill health in the European Region
5 Saving lives? The contribution of health care to population health
an economic perspective
7 Evidence for strategies to reduce socioeconomic inequalities in health in Europe
the role of health services in responsiveness and satisfaction
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