Financing health services in Poland: new evidence on private expenditures.

@article{Chawla1998FinancingHS,
  title={Financing health services in Poland: new evidence on private expenditures.},
  author={Mukesh Chawla and Peter Berman and D Kawiorska},
  journal={Health economics},
  year={1998},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={337-46}
}
This paper estimates total expenditure on health care in Poland in 1994 and provides new evidence on high levels of private spending on health care. The analysis shows that health care expenditures in Poland are higher than has usually been maintained, and are comparable with the prevailing levels in many other European countries. Private expenditure on health is a significant proportion of total expenditure on health, and in particular on financing outpatient care. Available evidence indicates… CONTINUE READING

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