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  • Adam Leive
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    Economic Transition and Health Care Reform: The Experience of Europe and Central Asia

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    Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Working Papers with number 10/75.

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    Length: 41
    Date of creation: 01 Mar 2010
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    Handle: RePEc:imf:imfwpa:10/75

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    Keywords: Transition economies; Economic models; Economic reforms; Government expenditures; Statistics; primary care; health systems; health insurance; public health; fee-for-service; health care; health expenditure; social health insurance; health care systems; hospital beds; health economics; care systems; public health spending; health spending; health policy; health care systems in transition; health system; health reforms; health expenditure per capita; informal payments; health systems in transition; health sector; cost sharing; health policies; health care reform; inpatient care; public spending; health care spending; public expenditure; health system performance; health planning; health services; health care services; health expenditures; hospital care; hospital admissions; moral hazard; health financing; level of health spending; health reform; national health; health outcomes; health system reform; health care expenditures; payments for health care; hospital capacity; hospital sector; financing health care; private spending; outpatient visits per capita; health ? insurance; health insurance contributions; health care financing; public health care; health care costs; health providers; health data; fee-for-service payment; health care system; hospital system; health care providers; fee-for-service basis; primary health care; national health expenditures; impacts on health; pocket payments; life expectancy; insurance contributions; primary care doctors; health care reforms; social health ? insurance; insurance plan; managed care; primary care physician; hospital budgets; financing of health care; international health care; expenditure on health; healthcare system; public expenditure on health; health system goals; determinants of health; administrative costs; pocket payments by households; government health expenditures; quality of care; private health services; social health insurance schemes; insurance funds; capitation payment; health insurance schemes; medical expenditures; health plans; delivery of health care; risk adjustment; public providers; financial incentives; health facilities; access to services; health care provider; block grants; economics of health; delivery system; hospital services; comparisons of health expenditure; national health insurance; risk sharing; infant mortality;

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