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2018, Volume 122, Issue 4
- 321-328 Hospital centralization and performance in Denmark—Ten years on
by Christiansen, Terkel & Vrangbæk, Karsten
- 329-333 Control of hospitals and nursing homes in France: The 2016 reform may indirectly improve a dysfunctional system
by Bertezene, Sandra
- 334-351 Socioeconomic status and waiting times for health services: An international literature review and evidence from the Italian National Health System
by Landi, Stefano & Ivaldi, Enrico & Testi, Angela
- 352-358 The impact of the financial crisis and austerity policies on the service quality of public hospitals in Greece
by Keramidou, Ioanna & Triantafyllopoulos, Loukas
- 359-366 Unplanned admissions to inpatient psychiatric treatment and services received prior to admission
by Ose, Solveig Osborg & Kalseth, Jorid & Ådnanes, Marian & Tveit, Tone & Lilleeng, Solfrid E.
- 367-372 Health policies for the reduction of obstetric interventions in singleton full-term births in Catalonia
by Pueyo, Maria-Jesus & Escuriet, Ramon & Pérez-Botella, M. & de Molina, I. & Ruíz-Berdun, D. & Albert, S. & Díaz, S. & Torres-Capcha, P. & Ortún, V.
- 373-379 Evaluating integrative medicine acute stroke inpatient care in South Korea
by Park, Minjung & Hunter, Jennifer & Kwon, Soonman
- 380-388 Patient and public involvement in hospital policy-making: Identifying key elements for effective participation
by Malfait, S. & Van Hecke, A. & De Bodt, G. & Palsterman, N. & Eeckloo, K.
- 389-395 Stakeholder views on the role of spiritual care in Australian hospitals: An exploratory study
by Holmes, Cheryl
- 396-403 Assessing the effect of standardized cost systems on financial performance. A difference-in-differences approach for hospitals according to their technological level
by García-Cornejo, Beatriz & Pérez-Méndez, José A.
- 404-411 Implementing the medicines reconciliation tool in practice: challenges and opportunities for pharmacists in Kuwait
by Katoue, Maram G. & Ker, Jean
- 412-421 No-shows in appointment scheduling – a systematic literature review
by Dantas, Leila F. & Fleck, Julia L. & Cyrino Oliveira, Fernando L. & Hamacher, Silvio
- 422-430 Participants, Physicians or Programmes: Participants’ educational level and initiative in cancer screening
by Willems, Barbara & Bracke, Piet
- 431-443 Health systems reforms in Singapore: A qualitative study of key stakeholders
by Ong, Suan Ee & Tyagi, Shilpa & Lim, Jane Mingjie & Chia, Kee Seng & Legido-Quigley, Helena
- 444-451 Taking stock of Roma health policies in Spain: Lessons for health governance
by Escobar-Ballesta, M. & García-Ramírez, M. & De Freitas, C.
2018, Volume 122, Issue 3
- 205-209 The Canadian Cannabis Act legalizes and regulates recreational cannabis use in 2018
by Cox, Chelsea
- 210-216 Ten Years after the Creation of the Portuguese National Network for Long-Term Care in 2006: Achievements and Challenges
by Lopes, Hugo & Mateus, Céu & Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina
- 217-229 Funding breakthrough therapies: A systematic review and recommendation
by Hanna, E. & Toumi, M. & Dussart, C. & Borissov, B. & Dabbous, O. & Badora, K. & Auquier, P.
- 230-236 Rationalizing the introduction and use of pharmaceutical products: The role of managed entry agreements in Central and Eastern European countries
by Rotar, Alexandru M. & Preda, Alin & Löblová, Olga & Benkovic, Vanesa & Zawodnik, Szymon & Gulacsi, Laszlo & Niewada, Maciej & Boncz, Imre & Petrova, Guenka & Dimitrova, Maria & Klazinga, Niek
- 237-242 Utilization and costs of HIV antiretroviral drugs in Europe during the last ten years: Impact of generic antiretroviral drugs on cost reduction
by Rwagitinywa, Joseph & Sommet, Agnès & Palmaro, Aurore & Montastruc, Jean-Louis & Lapeyre-Mestre, Maryse
- 243-249 Medicines access programs to cancer medicines in Australia and New Zealand: An exploratory study
by Grover, Piyush & Babar, Zaheer-Ud-Din & Oehmen, Raoul & Vitry, Agnes
- 250-255 Reconciling a “pleasant exchange” with evidence of information bias: A three-country study on pharmaceutical sales visits in primary care
by Reynolds, Ellen & Guénette, Line & Lexchin, Joel & Cassels, Alan & Wilkes, Michael S. & Durrieu, Geneviève & Beaulieu, Marie-Dominique & Mintzes, Barbara
- 256-262 Expanding the clinical role of community pharmacy: A qualitative ethnographic study of medication reviews in Ontario, Canada
by Patton, Sarah J. & Miller, Fiona A. & Abrahamyan, Lusine & Rac, Valeria E.
- 263-268 Exploring sociodemographic and economic factors that promote adverse drug reactions reporting by patients
by Inácio, Pedro & Gomes, João José & Airaksinen, Marja & Cavaco, Afonso
- 269-278 Cognitive determinants of healthcare evaluations – A comparison of Eastern and Western European countries
by Schneider, Simone M. & Popic, Tamara
- 279-283 The role of the 2011 patients' rights in cross-border health care directive in shaping seven national health systems: Looking beyond patient mobility
by Azzopardi-Muscat, Natasha & Baeten, Rita & Clemens, Timo & Habicht, Triin & Keskimäki, Ilmo & Kowalska-Bobko, Iwona & Sagan, Anna & van Ginneken, Ewout
- 284-292 A scoping review of the implementation of health in all policies at the local level
by Guglielmin, Maria & Muntaner, Carles & O’Campo, Patricia & Shankardass, Ketan
- 293-300 Improving health care service provision by adapting to regional diversity: An efficiency analysis for the case of Germany
by Herwartz, Helmut & Schley, Katharina
- 301-308 High feeding dependence prevalence in residents living in Italian nursing homes requires new policies: Findings from a regionally based cross-sectional study
by Palese, Alvisa & Grassetti, Luca & Bandera, Davide & Zuttion, Ranieri & Ferrario, Barbara & Ponta, Sandra & Hayter, Mark & Watson, Roger
- 309-314 The use of preventable hospitalization for monitoring the performance of local health authorities in long-term care
by Arandelovic, Andelija & Acampora, Anna & Federico, Bruno & Profili, Francesco & Francesconi, Paolo & Ricciardi, Walter & Damiani, Gianfranco
- 315-319 Extending’ euthanasia to those ‘tired of living’ in the Netherlands could jeopardize a well-functioning practice of physicians’ assessment of a patient's request for death
by Florijn, Barend W.
2018, Volume 122, Issue 2
- 69-74 E-health in Switzerland: The laborious adoption of the federal law on electronic health records (EHR) and health information exchange (HIE) networks
by De Pietro, Carlo & Francetic, Igor
- 75-80 Healthcare reforms in Cyprus 2013–2017: Does the crisis mark the end of the healthcare sector as we know it?
by Petrou, Panagiotis & Vandoros, Sotiris
- 81-86 An innovative approach to participatory health policy development in Bulgaria: The conception and first achievements of the Partnership for Health
by Dimova, Antoniya & Rohova, Maria & Hasardzhiev, Stanimir & Spranger, Anne
- 87-93 The Joint Action on Health Workforce Planning and Forecasting: Results of a European programme to improve health workforce policies
by Kroezen, Marieke & Van Hoegaerden, Michel & Batenburg, Ronald
- 94-101 How much do cancer specialists earn? A comparison of physician fees and remuneration in oncology and radiology in high-income countries
by Boyle, Seán & Petch, Jeremy & Batt, Kathy & Durand-Zaleski, Isabelle & Thomson, Sarah
- 102-108 Planning of Polish physician workforce – Systemic inconsistencies, challenges and possible ways forward
by Domagała, Alicja & Klich, Jacek
- 109-114 A government policy on full-time nursing employment in Ontario, Canada: An evaluation
by Baumann, Andrea & Hunsberger, Mabel & Crea-Arsenio, Mary & Akhtar-Danesh, Noori & Alameddine, Mohamad
- 115-125 The importance of population differences: Influence of individual characteristics on the Australian public’s preferences for emergency care
by Harris, Paul & Whitty, Jennifer A. & Kendall, Elizabeth & Ratcliffe, Julie & Wilson, Andrew & Littlejohns, Peter & Scuffham, Paul A.
- 126-133 Does patients’ experience of general practice affect the use of emergency departments? Evidence from Australia
by Wong, Chun Yee & Hall, Jane
- 134-139 Does access to end-of-life homecare nursing differ by province and community size?: A population-based cohort study of cancer decedents across Canada
by Seow, Hsien & Arora, Anish & Barbera, Lisa & McGrail, Kim & Lawson, Beverley & Burge, Fred & Sutradhar, Rinku
- 140-146 Explaining regional variation in home care use by demand and supply variables
by van Noort, Olivier & Schotanus, Fredo & van de Klundert, Joris & Telgen, Jan
- 147-156 Demographic factors and attitudes that influence the support of the general public for the introduction of universal healthcare in Ireland: A national survey
by Darker, Catherine D. & Donnelly-Swift, Erica & Whiston, Lucy
- 157-164 Effect of incentive payments on chronic disease management and health services use in British Columbia, Canada: Interrupted time series analysis
by Lavergne, M. Ruth & Law, Michael R. & Peterson, Sandra & Garrison, Scott & Hurley, Jeremiah & Cheng, Lucy & McGrail, Kimberlyn
- 165-174 Insights from the design and implementation of a single-entry model of referral for total joint replacement surgery: Critical success factors and unanticipated consequences
by Damani, Zaheed & MacKean, Gail & Bohm, Eric & Noseworthy, Tom & Wang, Jenney Meng Han & DeMone, Brie & Wright, Brock & Marshall, Deborah A.
- 175-183 Knowledge translation in tri-sectoral collaborations: An exploration of perceptions of academia, industry and healthcare collaborations in innovation adoption
by Ii, Suzanne Sayuri & Fitzgerald, Louise & Morys-Carter, Megan M. & Davie, Natasha L. & Barker, Richard
- 184-191 Out-of-pocket health expenditure differences in Chile: Insurance performance or selection?
by Villalobos Dintrans, Pablo
- 192-197 Engaging nurses in smoking cessation: Challenges and opportunities in Turkey
by Nichter, Mimi & Çarkoğlu, Aslı & Nichter, Mark & Özcan, Şeyda & Uysal, M. Atilla
- 198-203 Consequences of restricted STI testing for young heterosexuals in the Netherlands on test costs and QALY losses
by Suijkerbuijk, Anita W.M. & Over, Eelco A.B. & van Aar, Fleur & Götz, Hannelore M. & van Benthem, Birgit H.B. & Lugnér, Anna K.
2018, Volume 122, Issue 1
- 4-11 Multimorbidity care model: Recommendations from the consensus meeting of the Joint Action on Chronic Diseases and Promoting Healthy Ageing across the Life Cycle (JA-CHRODIS)
by Palmer, Katie & Marengoni, Alessandra & Forjaz, Maria João & Jureviciene, Elena & Laatikainen, Tiina & Mammarella, Federica & Muth, Christiane & Navickas, Rokas & Prados-Torres, Alexandra & Rijken, Mieke & Rothe, Ulrike & Souchet, Laurène & Valderas, Jose & Vontetsianos, Theodore & Zaletel, Jelka & Onder, Graziano
- 12-22 The SELFIE framework for integrated care for multi-morbidity: Development and description
by Leijten, Fenna R.M. & Struckmann, Verena & van Ginneken, Ewout & Czypionka, Thomas & Kraus, Markus & Reiss, Miriam & Tsiachristas, Apostolos & Boland, Melinde & de Bont, Antoinette & Bal, Roland & Busse, Reinhard & Mölken, Maureen Rutten-van
- 23-35 Relevant models and elements of integrated care for multi-morbidity: Results of a scoping review
by Struckmann, Verena & Leijten, Fenna R.M. & van Ginneken, Ewout & Kraus, Markus & Reiss, Miriam & Spranger, Anne & Boland, Melinde R.S. & Czypionka, Thomas & Busse, Reinhard & Rutten-van Mölken, Maureen
- 36-43 Patient-centeredness of integrated care programs for people with multimorbidity. Results from the European ICARE4EU project
by van der Heide, Iris & Snoeijs, Sanne & Quattrini, Sabrina & Struckmann, Verena & Hujala, Anneli & Schellevis, François & Rijken, Mieke
- 44-52 Managing multimorbidity: Profiles of integrated care approaches targeting people with multiple chronic conditions in Europe
by Rijken, Mieke & Hujala, Anneli & van Ginneken, Ewout & Melchiorre, Maria Gabriella & Groenewegen, Peter & Schellevis, Franζois
- 53-63 eHealth in integrated care programs for people with multimorbidity in Europe: Insights from the ICARE4EU project
by Melchiorre, Maria Gabriella & Papa, Roberta & Rijken, Mieke & van Ginneken, Ewout & Hujala, Anneli & Barbabella, Francesco
2017, Volume 121, Issue 12
- 1203-1207 Introduction of freedom of choice for hospital outpatient care in Portugal: Implications and results of the 2016 reform
by Simões, J. & Augusto, G.F. & Fronteira, I.
- 1208-1214 Migration intentions among Portuguese junior doctors: Results from a survey
by Ramos, Pedro & Alves, Hélio
- 1215-1224 The influence of registered nurses and nurse practitioners on patient experience with primary care: results from the Canadian QUALICO-PC study
by Ammi, Mehdi & Ambrose, Sarah & Hogg, Bill & Wong, Sabrina
- 1225-1232 Good, better, best? A comprehensive comparison of healthcare providers’ performance: An application to physiotherapy practices in primary care
by Steenhuis, Sander & Groeneweg, Niels & Koolman, Xander & Portrait, France
- 1233-1239 Australian general practitioners initiate statin therapy primarily on the basis of lipid levels; New Zealand general practitioners use absolute risk
by Schilling, Chris & Knight, Josh & Mortimer, Duncan & Petrie, Dennis & Clarke, Philip & Chalmers, John & Kerr, Andrew & Jackson, Rod
- 1240-1248 A review of international coverage and pricing strategies for personalized medicine and orphan drugs
by Degtiar, Irina
- 1249-1262 Economic evaluations of alcohol prevention interventions: Is the evidence sufficient? A review of methodological challenges
by Hill, Sarah R. & Vale, Luke & Hunter, David & Henderson, Emily & Oluboyede, Yemi
- 1263-1273 Evaluation of minimum volume standards for surgery in the Netherlands (2003–2017): A successful policy?
by Mesman, Roos & Faber, Marjan J. & Berden, Bart J.J.M. & Westert, Gert P.
- 1274-1279 How has the management of acute coronary syndrome changed in the Russian Federation during the last 10 years?
by Kontsevaya, Anna & Sabgaida, Tamara & Ivanova, Alla & Leon, David A. & McKee, Martin
- 1280-1287 “We don’t have the infrastructure to support them at home”: How health system inadequacies impact on long-term care admissions of people with dementia
by Donnelly, Nora-Ann & Humphries, Niamh & Hickey, Anne & Doyle, Frank
- 1288-1295 The effect of taxation and regulation on cigarette smoking: Fresh evidence from Turkey
by Cetin, Tamer
- 1296-1302 Structural integration and performance of inter-sectoral public health-related policy networks: An analysis across policy phases
by Peters, D.T.J.M. & Raab, J. & Grêaux, K.M. & Stronks, K. & Harting, J.
- 1303-1312 Optimising the introduction of multiple childhood vaccines in Japan: A model proposing the introduction sequence achieving the highest health gains
by Standaert, Baudouin & Schecroun, Nadia & Ethgen, Olivier & Topachevskyi, Oleksandr & Morioka, Yoriko & Van Vlaenderen, Ilse
2017, Volume 121, Issue 11
- 1105-1112 Trade policy governance: What health policymakers and advocates need to know
by Jarman, Holly
- 1113-1123 Shelter from the Storm: Roles, responsibilities, and challenges in United States housing policy governance
by Willison, Charley
- 1124-1130 The governance of integrated health and social care in England since 2010: great expectations not met once again?
by Exworthy, Mark & Powell, Martin & Glasby, Jon
- 1131-1138 Child survival in England: Strengthening governance for health
by Wolfe, Ingrid & Mandeville, Kate & Harrison, Katherine & Lingam, Raghu
- 1139-1146 Synthetic biology regulation and governance: Lessons from TAPIC for the United States, European Union, and Singapore
by Trump, Benjamin D.
- 1147-1153 Governing energy while neglecting health – The case of Poland
by Vasev, Nikolay
- 1154-1160 What do women want? Valuing women’s preferences and estimating demand for alternative models of maternity care using a discrete choice experiment
by Fawsitt, Christopher G. & Bourke, Jane & Greene, Richard A. & McElroy, Brendan & Krucien, Nicolas & Murphy, Rosemary & Lutomski, Jennifer E.
- 1161-1168 Maternity services for rural and remote Australia: barriers to operationalising national policy
by Longman, Jo & Kornelsen, Jude & Pilcher, Jen & Kildea, Sue & Kruske, Sue & Grzybowski, Stefan & Robin, Sarah & Rolfe, Margaret & Donoghue, Deborah & Morgan, Geoffrey G. & Barclay, Lesley
- 1169-1176 Improving risk equalization for individuals with persistently high costs: Experiences from the Netherlands
by Eijkenaar, Frank & van Vliet, René C.J.A.
- 1177-1185 Reforming voluntary drug insurance in Russian healthcare: does social solidarity matter?
by Gerry, Christopher J. & Kaneva, Maria & Zasimova, Liudmila
- 1186-1193 The impact of introducing a new hospital financing system (DRGs) in Poland on hospitalisations for atherosclerosis: An interrupted time series analysis (2004–2012)
by Buczak-Stec, Elżbieta & Goryński, Paweł & Nitsch-Osuch, Aneta & Kanecki, Krzysztof & Tyszko, Piotr
- 1194-1201 Implementation of national palliative care guidelines in Swedish acute care hospitals: A qualitative content analysis of stakeholders’ perceptions
by Lind, S. & Wallin, L. & Brytting, T. & Fürst, C.J. & Sandberg, J.
2017, Volume 121, Issue 10
- 1021-1024 Pandemic legislation in the European Union: Fit for purpose? The need for a systematic comparison of national laws
by Speakman, Elizabeth M. & Burris, Scott & Coker, Richard
- 1025-1030 Time for a change in how new antibiotics are reimbursed: Development of an insurance framework for funding new antibiotics based on a policy of risk mitigation
by Towse, Adrian & Hoyle, Christopher K. & Goodall, Jonathan & Hirsch, Mark & Mestre-Ferrandiz, Jorge & Rex, John H.
- 1031-1039 An exploration of person-centred concepts in human services: A thematic analysis of the literature
by Waters, Rebecca A. & Buchanan, Angus
- 1040-1046 Insurees’ preferences in hospital choice—A population-based study
by Schuldt, Johannes & Doktor, Anna & Lichters, Marcel & Vogt, Bodo & Robra, Bernt-Peter
- 1047-1052 Self-help organisations as patient representatives in health care and policy decision-making
by Rojatz, Daniela & Forster, Rudolf
- 1053-1062 Rethinking informal payments by patients in Europe: An institutional approach
by Williams, Colin C. & Horodnic, Adrian V.
- 1063-1071 Inequity in healthcare use among older people after 2008: The case of southern European countries
by Tavares, Lara Patrício & Zantomio, Francesca
- 1072-1078 Inequalities in cervical cancer screening utilisation and results: A comparison between Italian natives and immigrants from disadvantaged countries
by Gallo, Federica & Caprioglio, Adele & Castagno, Roberta & Ronco, Guglielmo & Segnan, Nereo & Giordano, Livia
- 1079-1084 General practitioners’ preferences with regard to colorectal cancer screening organisation Colon cancer screening medico-legal aspects
by Papin-Lefebvre, Frédérique & Guillaume, Elodie & Moutel, Grégoire & Launoy, Guy & Berchi, Célia
- 1085-1092 Supplementary insurance as a switching cost for basic health insurance: Empirical results from the Netherlands
by Willemse-Duijmelinck, Daniëlle M.I.D. & van de Ven, Wynand P.M.M. & Mosca, Ilaria
- 1093-1099 Classification trees for identifying non-use of community-based long-term care services among older adults
by Penkunas, Michael James & Eom, Kirsten Yuna & Chan, Angelique Wei-Ming
2017, Volume 121, Issue 9
- 937-946 How have systematic priority setting approaches influenced policy making? A synthesis of the current literature
by Kapiriri, Lydia & Razavi, Donya
- 947-954 Health policy in times of austerity—A conceptual framework for evaluating effects of policy on efficiency and equity illustrated with examples from Europe since 2008
by Wenzl, Martin & Naci, Huseyin & Mossialos, Elias
- 955-962 The impact of health expenditure on the number of chronic diseases
by Becchetti, Leonardo & Conzo, Pierluigi & Salustri, Francesco
- 963-970 Single-entry models (SEMs) for scheduled services: Towards a roadmap for the implementation of recommended practices
by Lopatina, Elena & Damani, Zaheed & Bohm, Eric & Noseworthy, Tom W. & Conner-Spady, Barbara & MacKean, Gail & Simpson, Chris S. & Marshall, Deborah A.
- 971-977 Effects of EU harmonization policies on national public supervision of clinical trials: A dynamic cycle of institutional change and institutional work
by van Oijen, Jacqueline C.F. & Grit, Kor J. & van de Bovenkamp, Hester M. & Bal, Roland A.
- 978-985 Prioritisation of specialist health care services; not NICE, not easy but it can be done
by Anderson, Pippa & Webb, Philip & Groves, Sam
- 986-993 The impact of the mass media on obstetricians’ behavior in Norway
by Grytten, Jostein & Skau, Irene & Sørensen, Rune
- 994-1000 The McDonaldization of appraisal? Doctors’ views of the early impacts of medical revalidation in the United Kingdom
by Archer, Julian & Nunn, Suzanne & Regan de Bere, Sam
- 1001-1007 Effects of long-term high continuity of care on avoidable hospitalizations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients
by Lin, I-Po & Wu, Shiao-Chi
- 1008-1014 The relationship between health services standardized costs and mortality is non-linear: Results from a large HMO population
by Cohen-Mansfield, Jiska & Skornick-Bouchbinder, Michal & Hoshen, Moshe & Brill, Shai
- 1015-1019 Health-seeking behavior and medical facility choice in Samsun, Turkey
by Dündar, Cihad
2017, Volume 121, Issue 8
- 831-835 Measuring and managing health system performance: An update from New Zealand
by Chalmers, Linda Maree & Ashton, Toni & Tenbensel, Tim
- 836-841 New decision-making processes for the pricing of health technologies in Japan: The FY 2016/2017 pilot phase for the introduction of economic evaluations
by Shiroiwa, Takeru & Fukuda, Takashi & Ikeda, Shunya & Takura, Tomoyuki
- 842-852 Hospital quality variation matters – A time-trend and cross-section analysis of outcomes in German hospitals from 2006 to 2014
by Pross, Christoph & Busse, Reinhard & Geissler, Alexander
- 853-861 Contrasting approaches to primary care performance governance in Denmark and New Zealand
by Tenbensel, Tim & Burau, Viola
- 862-869 Consistency of priorities for quality improvement for nursing homes in Italy and Canada: A comparison of optimization models of resident satisfaction
by Barsanti, Sara & Walker, Kevin & Seghieri, Chiara & Rosa, Antonella & Wodchis, Walter P.
- 870-879 Review of early assessment models of innovative medical technologies
by Fasterholdt, Iben & Krahn, Murray & Kidholm, Kristian & Yderstræde, Knud Bonnet & Pedersen, Kjeld Møller
- 880-886 Post market surveillance in the german medical device sector – current state and future perspectives
by Zippel, Claus & Bohnet-Joschko, Sabine
- 887-894 The taxation of unhealthy energy-dense foods (EDFs) and sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs): An overview of patterns observed in the policy content and policy context of 13 case studies
by Hagenaars, Luc Louis & Jeurissen, Patrick Paulus Theodoor & Klazinga, Niek Sieds
- 895-902 Staff and patient perspectives of a smoke-free health services policy in South Australia: A state-wide implementation
by Martin, Kimberley & Dono, Joanne & Sharplin, Greg & Bowden, Jacqueline & Miller, Caroline
- 903-912 System influences on work disability due to low back pain: An international evidence synthesis
by Bartys, Serena & Frederiksen, Pernille & Bendix, Tom & Burton, Kim
- 913-922 Social preferences for prioritizing the treatment of severely ill patients: The relevance of severity, expected benefit, past health and lifetime health
by McKie, John & Richardson, Jeff
- 923-928 The ageing society and emergency hospital admissions
by Wittenberg, Raphael & Sharpin, Luke & McCormick, Barry & Hurst, Jeremy
- 929-935 Processes and experiences of Portugal’s international recruitment scheme of Colombian physicians: Did it work?
by Masanet, Erika
2017, Volume 121, Issue 7
- 727-730 The role of the European Structural and Investment Funds in Financing Health System in Lithuania: Experience from 2007 to 2013 funding period and implications for the future
by Murauskiene, Liubove & Karanikolos, Marina
- 731-744 The bare necessities? A realist review of necessity argumentations used in health care coverage decisions
by Kleinhout-Vliek, Tineke & de Bont, Antoinette & Boer, Bert
- 745-754 Are public-private partnerships the solution to tackle neglected tropical diseases? A systematic review of the literature
by Aerts, Céline & Sunyoto, Temmy & Tediosi, Fabrizio & Sicuri, Elisa
- 755-763 Time-driven activity-based costing in health care: A systematic review of the literature
by Keel, George & Savage, Carl & Rafiq, Muhammad & Mazzocato, Pamela
- 764-769 New insights into health financing: First results of the international data collection under the System of Health Accounts 2011 framework
by Mueller, Michael & Morgan, David
- 770-777 Approaches to appropriate care delivery from a policy perspective: A case study of Australia, England and Switzerland
by Robertson-Preidler, Joelle & Anstey, Matthew & Biller-Andorno, Nikola & Norrish, Alexandra
- 778-785 The impact of economic conditions on the disablement process: A Markov transition approach using SHARE data
by Arrighi, Y. & Rapp, T. & Sirven, N.
- 786-792 Implementing shared-decision-making for diabetes care across country settings: What really matters to people?
by Tinelli, Michela & Petrou, Panagiotis & Samoutis, George & Traynor, Vivie & Olympios, George & McGuire, Alistair
- 793-799 Including values in evidence-based policy making for breast screening: An empirically grounded tool to assist expert decision makers
by Parker, Lisa
- 800-808 Understanding perspectives on major system change: A comparative case study of public engagement and the implementation of urgent and emergency care system reconfiguration
by Foley, Conor & Droog, Elsa & Healy, Orla & McHugh, Sheena & Buckley, Claire & Browne, John Patrick
- 809-815 Job Stickiness of young nurses in Ontario: Does the employer organization participation in the Nursing Graduate Guarantee initiative make a difference?
by Alameddine, Mohamad & Baumann, Andrea & Onate, Kanecy & Crea, Mary & Arnaout, Nour El & Deber, Raisa
- 816-822 Understanding stakeholders’ perspectives and experiences of general practice accreditation
by Debono, Deborah & Greenfield, David & Testa, Luke & Mumford, Virginia & Hogden, Anne & Pawsey, Marjorie & Westbrook, Johanna & Braithwaite, Jeffrey
- 823-829 Increase in computed tomography in Australia driven mainly by practice change: A decomposition analysis
by Wright, Cameron M. & Bulsara, Max K. & Norman, Richard & Moorin, Rachael E.
2017, Volume 121, Issue 6
- 575-581 Popular initiatives in 2014–2016 call for the introduction of mandatory dental care insurance in Switzerland: The contrasting positions at stake
by di Bella, Enrico & Leporatti, Lucia & Montefiori, Marcello & Krejci, Ivo & Ardu, Stefano
- 582-587 Health decentralization at a dead-end: towards new recovery plans for Italian hospitals
by Mauro, Marianna & Maresso, Anna & Guglielmo, Annamaria
- 588-593 The emerging market for supplemental long term care insurance in Germany in the context of the 2013 Pflege-Bahr reform
by Nadash, Pamela & Cuellar, Alison Evans
- 594-603 The Directorate-General for Health and Consumers 1999–2014: An assessment of its functional capacities
by Clemens, Timo & Sørensen, Kristine & Rosenkötter, Nicole & Michelsen, Kai & Brand, Helmut
- 604-612 Assessing impacts of the WHO FCTC on national legislations: A case study of the Republic of Korea
by Lee, Sun Goo
- 613-622 Informal and formal care: Substitutes or complements in care for people with dementia? Empirical evidence for 8 European countries
by Bremer, Patrick & Challis, David & Hallberg, Ingalill Rahm & Leino-Kilpi, Helena & Saks, Kai & Vellas, Bruno & Zwakhalen, Sandra M.G. & Sauerland, Dirk
- 623-628 Community residential facilities in mental health services: A ten-year comparison in Lombardy
by Barbato, Angelo & Civenti, Graziella & D’Avanzo, Barbara
- 629-636 What do we mean when we talk about the Triple Aim? A systematic review of evolving definitions and adaptations of the framework at the health system level
by Mery, Gustavo & Majumder, Shilpi & Brown, Adalsteinn & Dobrow, Mark J.
- 637-643 A rapidly changing global medicines environment: How adaptable are funding decision-making systems?
by Leopold, Christine & Morgan, Steven G. & Wagner, Anita K.
- 644-652 Deaths amenable to health care: Converging trends in the EU?
by Weber, Anke & Clerc, Marie
- 653-662 Understanding what matters: An exploratory study to investigate the views of the general public for priority setting criteria in health care
by Ratcliffe, Julie & Lancsar, Emily & Walker, Ruth & Gu, Yuanyuan
- 663-674 The effects of population ageing on health care expenditure: A Bayesian VAR analysis using data from Italy
by Lopreite, Milena & Mauro, Marianna
- 675-682 Gatekeeping and the utilization of physician services in France: Evidence on the Médecin traitant reform
by Dumontet, Magali & Buchmueller, Thomas & Dourgnon, Paul & Jusot, Florence & Wittwer, Jérôme
- 683-690 Stakeholder views on criteria and processes for priority setting in Norway: a qualitative study
by Aidem, Jeremy M.
- 691-698 Economic losses and burden of disease by medical conditions in Norway
by Kinge, Jonas Minet & Sælensminde, Kjartan & Dieleman, Joseph & Vollset, Stein Emil & Norheim, Ole Frithjof
- 699-707 The role of private non-profit healthcare organizations in NHS systems: Implications for the Portuguese hospital devolution program
by Almeida, Álvaro S.
- 708-714 Supplementary Health Insurance from the consumer point of view
by Kaplan, Giora & Shahar, Yael & Tal, Orna
- 715-725 The impact on productivity of a hypothetical tax on sugar-sweetened beverages
by Nomaguchi, Takeshi & Cunich, Michelle & Zapata-Diomedi, Belen & Veerman, J. Lennert
2017, Volume 121, Issue 5
- 471-476 The new regulatory tools of the 2016 Health Law to fight drug shortages in France
by Bocquet, François & Degrassat-Théas, Albane & Peigné, Jérôme & Paubel, Pascal
- 481-494 Out-of-pocket expenditure and financial protection in the Chilean health care system—A systematic review
by Koch, Kira Johanna & Cid Pedraza, Camilo & Schmid, Andreas
- 495-503 Neoliberal reforms in health systems and the construction of long-lasting inequalities in health care: A case study from Chile
by Rotarou, Elena S. & Sakellariou, Dikaios
- 504-514 Selective contracting and channelling patients to preferred providers: A scoping review
by Bes, Romy E. & Curfs, Emile C. & Groenewegen, Peter P. & de Jong, Judith D.
- 515-524 On the role of environmental corruption in healthcare infrastructures: An empirical assessment for Italy using DEA with truncated regression approach
by Cavalieri, Marina & Guccio, Calogero & Rizzo, Ilde
- 525-533 A strategic document as a tool for implementing change. Lessons from the merger creating the South-East Health region in Norway
by Rohde, Tarald & Torvatn, Hans
- 534-542 Do benefits in kind or refunds affect health service utilization and health outcomes? A natural experiment from Japan
by Takaku, Reo & Bessho, S.
- 543-552 Introducing a GP copayment in Australia: Who would carry the cost burden?
by Elkins, Rosemary Kate & Schurer, Stefanie
- 553-557 Physician payment schemes and physician productivity: Analysis of Turkish healthcare reforms
by Erus, Burcay & Hatipoglu, Ozan
- 558-565 Policy objective of generic medicines from the investment perspective: The case of clopidogrel
by Elek, Péter & Harsányi, András & Zelei, Tamás & Csetneki, Kata & Kaló, Zoltán
- 566-573 Community perspectives on the use of regulation and law for obesity prevention in children: A citizens’ jury
by Street, Jackie M. & Sisnowski, Jana & Tooher, Rebecca & Farrell, Lucy C. & Braunack-Mayer, Annette J.
2017, Volume 121, Issue 4
- 339-345 The 2016 proposal for the reorganisation of urgent care provision in Belgium: A political struggle to co-locate primary care providers and emergency departments
by Van den Heede, Koen & Quentin, Wilm & Dubois, Cécile & Devriese, Stephan & Van de Voorde, Carine
- 346-353 Implementation of the 2013 amended Patients’ Rights Act in Norway: Clinical priority guidelines and access to specialised health care
by Johansson, Kjell Arne & Nygaard, Elizabeth & Herlofsen, Berit & Lindemark, Frode
- 354-362 Payers’ experiences with confidential pharmaceutical price discounts: A survey of public and statutory health systems in North America, Europe, and Australasia
by Morgan, Steven G. & Vogler, Sabine & Wagner, Anita K.
- 363-377 Association between copayment, medication adherence and outcomes in the management of patients with diabetes and heart failure
by Gourzoulidis, George & Kourlaba, Georgia & Stafylas, Panagiotis & Giamouzis, Gregory & Parissis, John & Maniadakis, Nikolaos
- 378-388 Does enrollment in multidisciplinary team-based primary care practice improve adherence to guideline-recommended processes of care? Quebec’s Family Medicine Groups, 2002–2010
by Diop, Mamadou & Fiset-Laniel, Julie & Provost, Sylvie & Tousignant, Pierre & Borgès Da Silva, Roxane & Ouimet, Marie-Jo & Latimer, Eric & Strumpf, Erin
- 389-396 The financial burden of prescription drugs for neurological conditions in Canada: Results from the National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions
by Guilcher, Sara & Munce, Sarah & Conklin, James & Packer, Tanya & Verrier, Molly & Marras, Connie & Bereket, Tarik & Versnel, Joan & Riopelle, Richard & Jaglal, Susan
- 397-406 Leveraging consumer’s behaviour to promote generic drugs in Italy
by Zerbini, Cristina & Luceri, Beatrice & Vergura, Donata Tania
- 407-417 Implementing hospital pay-for-performance: Lessons learned from the French pilot program
by Girault, Anne & Bellanger, Martine & Lalloué, Benoît & Loirat, Philippe & Moisdon, Jean-Claude & Minvielle, Etienne
- 418-425 Productivity growth, case mix and optimal size of hospitals. A 16-year study of the Norwegian hospital sector
by Anthun, Kjartan Sarheim & Kittelsen, Sverre Andreas Campbell & Magnussen, Jon
- 426-433 Using administrative data to look at changes in the level and distribution of out-of-pocket medical expenditure: An example using Medicare data from Australia
by Hua, Xinyang & Erreygers, Guido & Chalmers, John & Laba, Tracey-Lea & Clarke, Philip
- 434-441 Unmet healthcare needs in Ireland: Analysis using the EU-SILC survey
by Connolly, Sheelah & Wren, Maev-Ann
- 442-449 Private health insurance in Sweden: Fast-track lanes and the alleged attempts to stop them
by Lapidus, John
- 450-457 Public reaction to the UK government strategy on childhood obesity in England: A qualitative and quantitative summary of online reaction to media reports
by Gregg, Rebecca & Patel, Ajay & Patel, Sumaiya & O’Connor, Laura
- 458-467 The role, costs and value for money of external consultancies in the health sector: A study of New Zealand’s District Health Boards
by Penno, Erin & Gauld, Robin
2017, Volume 121, Issue 3
- 215-229 HTA of medical devices: Challenges and ideas for the future from a European perspective
by Fuchs, Sabine & Olberg, Britta & Panteli, Dimitra & Perleth, Matthias & Busse, Reinhard
- 230-242 The determinants of medical technology adoption in different decisional systems: A systematic literature review
by Varabyova, Yauheniya & Blankart, Carl Rudolf & Greer, Ann Lennarson & Schreyögg, Jonas
- 243-249 Eliciting preferences for medical devices in South Korea: A discrete choice experiment
by Lee, Hye-Jae & Bae, Eun-Young
- 250-256 Corruption and use of antibiotics in regions of Europe
by Rönnerstrand, Björn & Lapuente, Victor
- 257-264 Drug information by public health and regulatory institutions: Results of an 8-country survey in Europe
by Formoso, Giulio & Font-Pous, Maria & Ludwig, Wolf-Dieter & Phizackerley, David & Bijl, Dick & Erviti, Juan & Pospíšilová, Blanka & Montastruc, Jean Louis
- 265-272 Why do generic drugs fail to achieve an adequate market share in Greece? Empirical findings and policy suggestions
by Balasopoulos, T. & Charonis, A. & Athanasakis, K. & Kyriopoulos, J. & Pavi, E.
- 273-281 Determinants of evidence use in public health policy making: Results from a study across six EU countries
by van de Goor, Ien & Hämäläinen, Riitta-Maija & Syed, Ahmed & Juel Lau, Cathrine & Sandu, Petru & Spitters, Hilde & Eklund Karlsson, Leena & Dulf, Diana & Valente, Adriana & Castellani, Tommaso & Aro, Arja R.
- 282-291 A Knowledge Translation framework on ageing and health
by Ellen, Moriah E. & Panisset, Ulysses & Araujo de Carvalho, Islene & Goodwin, James & Beard, John
- 292-299 EU accession: A policy window opportunity for nursing?
by De Raeve, Paul & Rafferty, Anne-Marie & Bariball, Louise & Young, Ruth & Boiko, Olga
- 300-306 Addressing health inequalities by using Structural Funds. A question of opportunities
by Neagu, Oana Maria & Michelsen, Kai & Watson, Jonathan & Dowdeswell, Barrie & Brand, Helmut
- 307-314 Poverty and private health expenditures in Italian households during the recent crisis
by Sarti, Simone & Terraneo, Marco & Tognetti Bordogna, Mara
- 315-320 Financial hardship on the path to Universal Health Coverage in the Gulf States
by Alshamsan, Riyadh & Leslie, Hannah & Majeed, Azeem & Kruk, Margaret
- 321-328 The likely effects of employer-mandated complementary health insurance on health coverage in France
by Pierre, Aurélie & Jusot, Florence
- 329-337 Features of public healthcare services provided to migrant patients in the Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Region (Greece)
by Tsitsakis, Christos A. & Karasavvoglou, Anastasios & Tsaridis, Efstathios & Ramantani, Georgia & Florou, Giannoula & Polychronidou, Persefoni & Stamatakis, Stamatios
2017, Volume 121, Issue 2
- 103-110 Policies towards hospital and GP competition in five European countries
by Siciliani, Luigi & Chalkley, Martin & Gravelle, Hugh
- 111-118 Competition policy for health care provision in France
by Choné, Philippe
- 119-125 Competition policy for health care provision in Germany
by Kifmann, Mathias
- 126-133 Competition policy for health care provision in the Netherlands
by Schut, Frederik T. & Varkevisser, Marco
- 134-140 Competition policy for health care provision in Norway
by Brekke, Kurt R. & Straume, Odd Rune
- 141-148 Competition policy for health care provision in Portugal
by Barros, Pedro Pita
- 149-157 Understanding competition between healthcare providers: Introducing an intermediary inter-organizational perspective
by Westra, Daan & Angeli, Federica & Carree, Martin & Ruwaard, Dirk
- 158-168 Exploring the unanticipated effects of multi-sectoral partnerships in chronic disease prevention
by Willis, Cameron David & Corrigan, Crystal & Stockton, Lisa & Greene, Julie Kathryn & Riley, Barbara Lyn
- 169-179 Effects of person-centred care on health outcomes—A randomized controlled trial in patients with acute coronary syndrome
by Pirhonen, Laura & Olofsson, Elisabeth Hansson & Fors, Andreas & Ekman, Inger & Bolin, Kristian
- 180-188 Increased cost sharing and changes in noncompliance with specialty referrals in The Netherlands
by van Esch, Thamar E.M. & Brabers, Anne E.M. & van Dijk, Christel E. & Gusdorf, Lisette & Groenewegen, Peter P. & de Jong, Judith D.
- 189-196 The effects of expanded nurse practitioner and physician assistant scope of practice on the cost of Medicaid patient care
by Timmons, Edward Joseph
- 197-206 Changes in primary care provision in Turkey: A comparison of 1993 and 2012
by Akman, Mehmet & Sakarya, Sibel & Sargın, Mehmet & Ünlüoğlu, İlhami & Eğici, Memet Taşkın & Boerma, Wienke G.W. & Schäfer, Willemijn L.A.
- 207-214 Development of a multi stakeholder partnership to improve access to and delivery of neurosurgical services in Ontario
by Sharma, Sunjay & Bohn, Des & Mikroyiannakis, Iphigenia & Trowbridge, Joslyn & Thompson, Donna & Bell, Robert & Rutka, James
2017, Volume 121, Issue 1