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The Development of a Consistent Europe-Wide Approach to Investigating the Economic Impact of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS): A Report from the European Network on ME/CFS (EUROMENE)
We have developed a Europe-wide approach to investigating the economic impact of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), facilitating acquisition of information on the economicExpand
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Latvian health care competitiveness in relation to its infrastructure and available resources
Resources are one of the essential indicators for the functioning of the health care system. Better health care provision is an essential prerequisite for the export of services. Traditionally aExpand
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Providing healthcare to foreign patients and associated system problems in Latvia
Background In recent years the number of foreign patients and medical tourists has increased. It influences competition and raises necessity for higher standards of performance of health careExpand
Significance of Technology Factors in the Context of Development of Health Care Sector in Latvia
The aim of the study is to evaluate significance of technology factors in the context of development of health care sector in Latvia in order to improve the external environment and performance of health sector from the perspective of increasing the opportunity to provide medical service exports in Latvia. Expand
Factors Determining Competitiveness in Healthcare Institutions in Latvia – Results of the EKOSOC-LV National Research Programme
Abstract Competitiveness as a factor of a company selling its services in the market is becoming more relevant in the healthcare sector. The number of institutions that offer their services toExpand
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Social innovation between necessity and opportunity
The contribution of social innovation to the institutional change has been studied in the case of promoting healthy ageing. While major institutional change is well memorized by the presentExpand
Latvija EK 6. Ietvara programmā 2002-2006