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Projections of expenditure for public hospitals in Ireland, 2018–2035, based on the Hippocrates Model

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  • Keegan, Conor
  • Brick, Aoife
  • Bergin, Adele
  • Wren, Maev-Ann
  • Whyte, Richard
  • Henry, Edward

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  • Keegan, Conor & Brick, Aoife & Bergin, Adele & Wren, Maev-Ann & Whyte, Richard & Henry, Edward, 2020. "Projections of expenditure for public hospitals in Ireland, 2018–2035, based on the Hippocrates Model," Research Series, Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), number RS117, December.
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