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Five types of OECD healthcare systems: empirical results of a deductive classification.
This article classifies 30 OECD healthcare systems according to a deductively generated typology by Rothgang and Wendt [1]. This typology distinguishes three core dimensions of the healthcare system:Expand
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Explaining health care system change: problem pressure and the emergence of "hybrid" health care systems.
In this article, we will further the explanation of the state's changing role in health care systems belonging to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). We build on ourExpand
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The State and Healthcare: Comparing OECD Countries
PART I: THE CONCEPT OF THE STUDY Introduction to the Book Conceptual Framework of the Study PART II: CROSS-SECTIONAL ANALYSES The Changing Role of the State in Healthcare Financing The Changing RoleExpand
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Classifying OECD healthcare systems: A deductive approach
This paper is a first attempt to classify 30 OECD healthcare systems according to a typology developed by Rothgang et al. (2005) and elaborated by Wendt et al. (2009). The typology follows aExpand
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The Changing Public-Private Mix in OECD Health-care Systems
The economic recession following the oil price shocks of the 1970s triggered a broad range of cost containment measures in social polices throughout the OECD world. Health care was no exception.Expand
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Explaining Convergence and Common Trends in the Role of the State in OECD Healthcare Systems
This paper seeks to explain a convergence trend in the role of the state in OECD healthcare systems. By convergence we mean that healthcare systems become increasingly similar with regards to theExpand
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Healthcare Financing in OECD Countries Beyond the Public-Private Split
Background: Studies of long-term trends in the healthcare financing mix generally focus on a dichotomous concept discerning public from private funding sources. More detailed analyses of the fundingExpand
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Shared Housing Arrangements in Germany—An Equitable Alternative to Long Term Care Services beyond Homes and Institutions?
Given the saliency of socio-demographic pressures, the highly restrictive definition of “need for care” characterizing the German long-term care system at its foundations in 1994 has since beenExpand
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