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Efficient purchasing in public and private healthcare systems: mission impossible?

Donaldson, C., Gerard, K. and Mitton, C. (2005) Efficient purchasing in public and private healthcare systems: mission impossible? In, Maynard, Alan (eds.) The Public-Private Mix for Health. Oxford, UK, Radcliffe Publishing pp. 21-41.

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Abstract

Contents:
International health care reform: what goes round, comes round The pervasive role of ideology in the optimism of the public-private mix in the public healthcare system Efficient purchasing in public and private healthcare systems: mission impossible? The public-private mix in the UK UK health care reform: continuity and change The mix of public and private payers in the American health system Political wolves and economic sheep: the sustainability of public health insurance in Canada Public-private mix for health in France The public-private mix in Scandinavia Public-private mix for health care in Germany The public-private mix in health services: New Zealand The role of the private sector in the Australian health care system Common challenges in health care markets Enduring problems in health care delivery.
Contributors:
Nancy Devlin, Cam Donaldson, Robert Evans, Karen Gerard, Jane Hall, L. Hartmann, Axel Olaf Kern, Rudolf Klein, Nicholas Mays, Craig Mitton, Martin Pfaff, Kjeld Pedersen, Uwe Reinhardt, Lise Rochaix, Elizabeth Savage, Alan Williams.

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Published date: 2005

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Local EPrints ID: 44075
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/44075
ISBN: 1857757017
PURE UUID: 5ea88fce-a920-4faa-bc07-442afabeb78e

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Date deposited: 13 Feb 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:16

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Author: C. Donaldson
Author: K. Gerard
Author: C. Mitton
Editor: Alan Maynard

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