La Spesa sanitaria Ssn in Italia e nella Regione Basilicata Ricostruzione e benchmarking con la metodologia Ecofin-Ocse
[Public Health Care Expenditure in Basilicata - Analysis and Benchmarking with the same methodology used by Ecofin-Ocse to develope long-term projections]
AbstractEcofin-Oecd methodology is applied to investigate the past trends of the public health care expenditure in Basilicata. The expenditure is standardized to take into account the composition of the population in terms of age. Did Basilicata spend too much compared to the Italian average? The answer is not; on the contrary the standardized per-capita expenditure has been constantly lower than the correspondet national average. This answer is argued with data. Ncs
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Date of creation: 13 Jan 2014
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health care expenditure; Basilicata; SSR; SSN; Italy; sustainability; efficiency; benchmarking; spending review; standard; standardization; dynamics; welfare; welfare system; Oecd; Ecofin; Imf; Rgs; sanità; sistema sanitario nazionale; sistema sanitario regionale; costi standard; fabbisogni standard; federalismo; riforme strutturali; equità; solidarietà; redistribuzione; responsabilità; per capita profile; expenditure profile;
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