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BackgroundIn 2006, the Dutch hospital market was reformed to create a more efficient delivery system through managed competition… Expand ABSTRACT The paper discusses two reforms in Ontario's long-term care. The first is the commercialization of home care as a result… Expand In response to widespread dissatisfaction with managed care, states have enacted numerous statutes, known as managed care patient… Expand BACKGROUND
In 1993, Colombia enacted and subsequently implemented a radical reform in its system of providing health care for the… Expand This article reviews some of the salient features of the Belgian health care finance and delivery system. Special attention is… Expand Israel's experience in attempting to implement a health system reform based in large measure on managed competition should… Expand BACKGROUND
The theory of managed competition holds that the quality and economy of health care delivery will improve if… Expand Managed competition has stormed into Washington. It has been widely endorsed by the lay press and powerful groups, and it forms… Expand The standard I use to evaluate the candidates' positions on health care reform is the Jackson Hole Group initiative, a… Expand The markets for health insurance and health care are not naturally competitive: they are susceptible to many forms of market… Expand