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La financiación del gasto sanitario desde la perspectiva de la experiencia comparada

  • Cabasés Hita Juan Manuel
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    (UNIVERSIDAD PUBLICA DE NAVARRA)

Esta obra aborda los problemas del actual modelo de financiación de la Sanidad, y sus posibilidades de reforma en un futuro próximo, desde un punto de vista comparado con otros sistemas sanitarios de la OCDE, lo que permite tener referentes para lograr una práctica más eficaz.Así, se describe el modelo de financiación sanitaria española antes y después de la Ley General de Sanidad de 1986; elimpacto del nuevo modelo de financiación autonómica, y los métodos de estimación de la necesidad sanitaria.También aporta reflexiones sobre un futuro modelo, basado en fórmulas que ofrezcan unos índices más precisos de lanecesidad relativa por áreas geográficas, y que respondan a una mayor autonomía y corresponsabilidad fiscal delas comunidades autónomas en cuanto a los ingresos, ajustando la capacidad financiera a las necesidades de gasto yevaluando la posible introducción de sistemas de copago.En definitiva, este libro contribuye a aclarar y enriquecer el debate sobre la reforma de la financiación autonómica, de manera que cumpla con los tres objetivos del modelo vigente desde 2002: suficiencia, equidad y autonomía. De este modo, orientará las políticas públicas en los ámbitos económico, fiscal y de salud, y la revisión completa del sistema de financiación sanitaria, prevista para el 2007. Provider_Name: Fundacion BBVA / BBVA Foundation

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This book is provided by Fundacion BBVA / BBVA Foundation in its series Books with number 201163 and published in 2006.
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