SHA-Based Health Accounts in 13 OECD Countries - Country Studies - Australia: National Health Accounts 2000
AbstractA project aimed at presenting initial results from the implementation of the System of Health Accounts has been carried by the Health Policy Unit at the OECD and experts from thirteen member countries. The results are presented in the form of a comparative study (OECD Health Working Papers No. 16) and a set of OECD Health Technical Papers presenting individual country studies. This volume is the first in this series, presenting the Australian SHA-based health accounts. L’Unité des politiques de santé de l’OCDE et des experts originaires de treize pays Membres ont mené un projet visant à rendre compte des premiers résultats de la mise en œuvre du Système de comptes de la santé (SCS). Ces résultats se présentent sous la forme d’une étude comparative (document de travail sur la santé n° 16 de l’OCDE) et d’un ensemble de rapports techniques sur la santé contenant des études par pays. Ce volume est le premier de la série, il examine les comptes de la santé fondés sur le SCS en Australie.
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