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The impact of ageing on hospital care and long-term care--the example of Germany

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  • Leidl, Reiner
  • Konig, Hans-Helmut

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  • Schulz, Erika & Leidl, Reiner & Konig, Hans-Helmut, 2004. "The impact of ageing on hospital care and long-term care--the example of Germany," Health Policy, Elsevier, vol. 67(1), pages 57-74, January.
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