André W. M. Meijer

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This paper is intended to further the understanding of the role of the characteristics of decision making and its environment in the development of sustainable partnerships in health care, and to illustrate how this subject can be studied from a combined theoretical and methodological perspective. With the aid of a conceptual model covering sensitizing(More)
The need for fast drug innovation and the public demand for risk-free drugs creates a dilemma for regulatory authorities: less restrictive procedures involve uncertainties about benefit/risk profiles of new drugs. The European Union has introduced two instruments that regulate early market access: conditional approvals (CAs) and approvals under exceptional(More)
A model of strategic decision making was applied to study the implementation of worksite smoking policy. This model assumes there is no best way of implementing smoking policies, but that 'the best way' depends on how decision making fits specific content and context factors. A case study at Wehkamp, a mail-order company, is presented to illustrate the(More)
A comparative study of the financing, provision and quality of care in nursing homes. The approach of four European countries: Belgium, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands As result of an increase in the numbers of frail elderly people, most European countries are facing problems with the financing and provision of services by nursing homes. At the same(More)
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