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EUROPEAN OBSERVATORY ON HEALTH SYSTEMS AND POLICIES

Thomson Sarah

Oprawa:
MIĘKKA

Wydawca:
Cambridge University Press

ISBN:
9780521125826

189,00 PLN
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Sarah Thomson is a Senior Health Financing Specialist at the WHO Barcelona Office for Health Systems Strengthening.A collection of comparative case studies analysing the history politics and performance of private health insurance globally and its implications for universal health coverage.A collection of comparative case studies analysing the history politics and performance of private health insurance globally and its implications for universal health coverage. This is essential reading for graduate students scholars and policy makers working on health systems financing worldwide.A collection of comparative case studies analysing the history politics and performance of private health insurance globally and its implications for universal health coverage. This is essential reading for graduate students scholars and policy makers working on health systems financing worldwide.Can private health insurance fill gaps in publicly financed coverage? Does it enhance access to health care or improve efficiency in health service delivery? Will it provide fiscal relief for governments struggling to raise public revenue for health? This book examines the successes failures and challenges of private health insurance globally through country case studies written by leading national experts. Each case study considers the role of history and politics in shaping private health insurance and determining its impact on health system performance. Despite great diversity in the size and functioning of markets for private health insurance the book identifies clear patterns across countries drawing out valuable lessons for policymakers while showing how history and politics have proved a persistent barrier to effective public policy. This title is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.1. Why private health insurance? Sarah Thomson Anna Sagan and Elias Mossialos: 2. Private finance publicly subsidized: the case of Australian health insurance Jane Hall Denzil G. Fiebig and Keens van Gool: 3. Private health insurance in Brazil Egypt and India Maria Dolores Montoya Diaz Noah Haber Philipa Mladovsky Emma Pitchforth Wael Fayek Saleh and Flavia Mori Sarti: 4. Private health insurance in Canada Jeremiah Hurley and G. Emmanuel Guindon: 5. Regulating private health insurance: Frances attempt at getting it all AgnĘs Couffinhal and Carine Franc: 6. Statutory and private health insurance in Germany and Chile: two stories of coexistence and conflict Stefanie Ettelt and Andres RomanUrrestarazu: 7. Uncovering the complex role of private health insurance in Ireland Brian Turner and Samantha Smith: 8. Integrating public and private insurance in the Israeli health system: an attempt to reconcile conflicting values Shuli BrammliGreenberg Ruth Waitzberg and Revital Gross: 9. Private health insurance in Japan Republic of Korea and Taiwan China Soonman Kwon Naoki Ikegami and YueChune Lee: 10. The role of private health insurance in financing health care in Ke

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