ECONOMIC CRISES AS A MOTIVE FOR CHANGE IN HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS - A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE WITH REFERENCE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

@article{Katelan2021ECONOMICCA,
  title={ECONOMIC CRISES AS A MOTIVE FOR CHANGE IN HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS - A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE WITH REFERENCE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.},
  author={Snje{\vz}ana Ka{\vs}telan and Boris Kasun and Ur{\vs}ula Ka{\vs}telan and Milena Radonji{\'c} and Martina Sopta},
  journal={Acta medico-historica adriatica : AMHA},
  year={2021},
  volume={18 2},
  pages={
          355-374
        }
}
Economic crises throughout history have often given an impetus for health and social reforms leading to the introduction of general healthcare systems and social equality in a large number of countries. The aim of this paper is to present the major economic crises and their effect on healthcare and social system chronologically. Bismarck's and Beveridge's model, the two most prominent healthcare models, which emerged primarily as a response to major economic crises, constitute the basis for the… Expand
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