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ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS AND THEIR RELATIVE EFFICIENCIES

@inproceedings{Benneyan2007ENVELOPMENTAO,
  title={ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS AND THEIR RELATIVE EFFICIENCIES},
  author={James C. Benneyan and Mehmet E. Ceyhan and Aysun Sunnetci},
  year={2007}
}
We summarize results of several data envelopment analysis (DEA) studies to identify countries with the most efficient healthcare systems in terms of translating resources consumed into outputs produced. These analyses identify 27-65 countries on empirical performance frontiers based on six key dimensions of healthcare systems – clinical outcomes, health adjusted life years, access, equity, safety, and resources – using modified DEA methods for rationally constraining weights given to each… 

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