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Qualität und Effizienz der Gesundheitsversorgung im internationalen Vergleich

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  • Stöver, Jana
  • Vöpel, Henning
  • Manouguian, Maral-Sonja
  • Verheyen, Frank

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Gesundheit ist sowohl individuell als auch gesamtwirtschaftlich eine wichtige Determinante der Produktivität sowie der Lebensqualität und der Wohlfahrt. Die Gesundheitsversorgung erfolgt in den meisten Ländern nicht ausschließlich über private Märkte, sondern ist staatlich reguliert und teilweise öffentlich finanziert. Die Gründe hierfür sind einerseits Marktversagen auf privaten Krankenversicherungsmärkten und andererseits normativ begründete Ziele der Gesundheitspolitik, wie z. B. der gleiche Zugang zu gleicher Gesundheitsversorgung für alle Menschen. Somit werden im Gesundheitswesen nicht nur wirtschaftliche Effizienzziele, sondern auch Verteilungs- und Umverteilungsziele verfolgt. Qualität und Effizienz lassen sich daher nur unter Berücksichtigung dieser Ziele bewerten.

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  • Stöver, Jana & Vöpel, Henning & Manouguian, Maral-Sonja & Verheyen, Frank, 2010. "Qualität und Effizienz der Gesundheitsversorgung im internationalen Vergleich," HWWI Policy Papers 55, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI).
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