Exploring policy-makers' perspectives on disinvestment from ineffective healthcare practices.

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OBJECTIVES Many existing healthcare interventions diffused before modern evidence-based standards of clinical- and cost-effectiveness. Disinvestment from ineffective or inappropriately applied practices is growing as a priority for international health policy, both for improved quality of care and sustainability of resource allocation. Australian policy… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0266462307080014

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@article{Elshaug2008ExploringPP, title={Exploring policy-makers' perspectives on disinvestment from ineffective healthcare practices.}, author={Adam G. Elshaug and Janet Esther Hiller and John Robert Moss}, journal={International journal of technology assessment in health care}, year={2008}, volume={24 1}, pages={1-9} }