Health in Lombardy. Health system and hospital activity between 2003 and 2008: Health system and hospital activity between 2003 and 2008
The Lombard healthcare reform has shown a new approach to relations between the citizen-user and the health system and to relations between the government (state/region) and the network of operators (Asl and public and private hospitals). The success of the Lombard model, which is expressed in quality and economic efficiency, is documented by the consistent amount of data and processing which make up the second half of the report.
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1 The uniqueness of the Lombardy health system
2 The evolution of the health system in Lombardy between 2003 and 2008
3 Italian regional health systems and the Lombardy experiment
4 Economic crisis federalism and health
6 Report on the Lombardy hospital system 2003
7 Report on the Lombardy hospital system 2004
8 Report on the Lombardy hospital system 2005
9 Report on the Lombardy hospital system 2006
10 Report on the Lombardy hospital system 2007
11 Report on the Lombardy hospital system 2008
118 emergency network A&E networks Abruzzo accredited private hospitals aid units Aiop Lombardy annual report 2005 Annuale 2005 Health average weight bardy Basilicata Bolzano Calabria Campania competition complexity confirmed deficit Emilia Romagna Ermeneia FrancoAngeli Table freedom to choose Friuli-Venezia Giulia gional Health & Hospitals healthcare policies healthcare providers heart surgery hospital services hospitalisation hospitals in Lombardy implemented Inflow rate Information System Italian regions last in Italy Lazio Liguria Lombardy health system Lombardy hospital system Lombardy’s Milan Molise National Health Service operators Ospedali & Salute patients coming Piemonte presence of private private hospital enterprises Private institutes private providers private sector privately managed networks procedures public and private Public institutes public or private public sector public service Puglia Rapporto Annuale 2005 regional health systems Regional Law regional systems Roberto Formigoni Sardegna Sicilia Source surgery in Lombardy System of Lombardy Terzo Rapporto Annuale Toscana Umbria vate Veneto