Health care in the European Community

  • 284 Pages
  • 4.84 MB
  • English
Croom Helm , London
Medical care -- European Economic Community count
StatementAlan Maynard.
LC ClassificationsRA395.E85
The Physical Object
Pagination284p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18690392M
ISBN 100709917694

This new book by Alan Maynard, who is lecturer in Economics at the Uni-versity of York, is concerned with the finance and provision of health care in 9 European countries of the EEC, including the United Kingdom.

There are 12 chapters and 2 appendices (listing money exchange rates and population and major vital statistics), with notes and references at the end of each by: Health care in the European community.

[Pittsburgh]: University of Pittsburgh Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Maynard, Alan. Health care in the European community. [Pittsburgh]: University of Pittsburgh Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors.

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Health insurance -- European Economic Community countries. Medical economics -- European Economic. Mental health care in the European Community. Mangen, Stephen P. Book. English. Published London: Croom Helm, c Available at Campus Store.

Campus Store – 1 available: /MAN Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status; /MAN. LEARNING FROM OTHERS. Members of Congress, state legislatures, regulating agencies, health insurers, the provider community, health services researchers, health policy institutes, labor unions, and industry are all seeking to upgrade their knowledge and understanding of given aspects of the performance of European health care systems.

1 Health-related industries are also intensifying their. The World Health Organization has listed 53 countries as comprising the European region. Health outcomes vary greatly by country. Countries in western Europe have had a significant increase in life expectancy since World War II, while most of eastern European and the formerly Soviet countries have experienced a fall in life expectancy.

It might seem surprising to find a defense of Euro-style health care in a market friendly blog. In fact, I actually prefer the small government approach of Singapore to either the European or the US system.

Nonetheless, I'm going to argue that the European system (or systems) is probably better than the US system. Read "Mental Health Care in the European Community (Book)., Sociology of Health & Illness" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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Health without Frontiers: Guide to Health Care in the European Community on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Access to healthcare is a fundamental human right, but the strain that the COVID pandemic has placed on healthcare systems everywhere has, in turn, affected many people’s primary care.

In this book we see vividly and first hand the diverse issues confronting patients and health care systems in Western countries. As we all seek solutions to the problems of providing optimal medical care, these patient stories will be a valuable source of information and insight.

the European Commission are working together with countries to fill these critical data gaps on patient-reported experience and outcome measures.

We need to improve access to health care. Universal health coverage – a key Sustainable Development Goal – and timely access to affordable, preventive and curative health care – a key. Cross-border health care in the European Union Mapping and analysing practices and policies Edited by Matthias Wismar, Willy Palm, Josep Figueras, Kelly Ernst, Ewout van Ginneken This report has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Community (Health & Consumer Protection Directorate-General; grant agreement WHO05).

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or. Perspectives on Brexit and the future EU-UK relationship from the European health community 14/07/ The European health sector stakeholders’ group works together to monitor developments in the Brexit negotiations for a future EU-UK relationship and analyse the implications for patients and the health and care sector across Europe.

int. Ment. Health, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. Sharpe, Inc., BOOK REVIEWS Mental Health Care in the European Community, edited by S.P. Mangen. London: Croom Helm, pp. £ The history of psychiatry as a discipline is of interest not solely to historians: Foucault's and Castel's accounts of the history of French.

This paper addresses the question whether within the European Community a higher national level of health care expenditure is associated with a larger degree of success in eliminating mortality from preventable and curable conditions. : The International Classification of Primary Care in the European Community: With a Multi-language Layer (Oxford Medical Publications) (): Lamberts, Henk, Wood, Maurice, Hofmans-Okkes, Inge: Books.

- European Health forum Gastein Newsletter 'Ed Randall's book covers a wide range of European health issues and. provides an extremely useful overview of how the EU has in the past, and. will in the future, shape health policy in Europe [The European Union and Health Policy also contains] an extensive bibliography and documents many useful.

JANUARY of Health Care Systems. EDITED BY. Elias Mossialos and Martin Wenzl. London School of Economics and Political Science. Robin Osborn and Dana Sarnak. The Commonwealth Fund. AUSTRALIA CANADA.


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JAPAN NETHERLANDS. NEW ZEALAND NORWAY. SINGAPORE SWEDEN. SWITZERLAND. Health Care Finance and Organisation and Health Care Resources and Utilisation are crucial for understanding the nature, structure and individual characteristics of the health care systems in the European Union.

Current Issues in Health Care, is a summary. The European Communities (EC), sometimes referred to as the European Community, were three international organizations that were governed by the same set of were the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC or Euratom), and the European Economic Community (EEC); the last of which was renamed the European Community.

Communication from the commission to the council, the European parliament, the economic and social committee and the committee of the regions on the future of health care and care for the elderly: guaranteeing accessibility, quality and financial viability. Brussels: EC, (COM () final of of 5 Dec ).

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People have always travelled within Europe for work and leisure, although never before with the current intensity. Now, however, they are travelling for many other reasons, including the quest for key services such as health care.

Whatever the reason fo. France's health care system is typical of those of most European countries: It is a state-oriented system that operates with little concern for the economic dynamic of supply and demand or. With the adoption of Healththe European health policy framework, more emphasis is being placed on the perceived well-being of European populations.

The WHO Regional Office for Europe is leading a project on the cultural contexts of health for in-depth analysis of how cultural factors affect health and well-being. This unique text is the first to explore leadership in the context of healthcare systems across Europe.

It investigates leadership and management learning against the backdrop of increasing European parliamentary influence, the expansion of EU membership, and the increasing number of patients, staff, governments and healthcare employers viewing Europe as a single market for healthcare.The european health care is definitely better than the american one.

Not only you pay less, but the services are basically the same. Anyway, I guess there will be a change in every health care system in europe. Thanks to this recession. phoenix February 9, pm. It would be good if that European health care insurance card would contain.