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2011, Directions in development. Human development, ISBN 9780821387368, xxii, 328
The East Asia and Pacific region is characterized by wide variations in sources of healthcarefinancing, pooling of funds, purchasing of care services, and the... 
Economics, Medical | Health Care Costs | economics | Delivery of Health Care | Medical economics | Medical care, Cost of | Population Dynamics | East Asia | PRIVATE SERVICES | LABOR MARKETS | PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURES | INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS | COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION | SERVICE DELIVERY | PHYSICIANS | PUBLIC PROVISION | MEDICAL INSURANCE | HEALTH SECTOR | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | BURDEN OF DISEASE | ECONOMIC GROWTH | ACCESS TO SERVICES | PUBLIC PROVIDERS | LOW INCOME | OUTPATIENT SERVICES | PRIVATE SECTOR | HEALTH SYSTEMS | HUMAN RESOURCES | ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY | HEALTH WORKERS | ADULT LITERACY | HEALTH FINANCING REFORM | HEALTH SERVICES | HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM | HEALTH MAINTENANCE | INCOME COUNTRIES | RISK ADJUSTMENT | HEALTH ECONOMISTS | DISASTERS | MORTALITY | HEALTH CARE PROVISION | PATIENTS | HEALTH FOR ALL | TUBERCULOSIS | HOSPITALS | INFORMAL PAYMENTS | HEALTH RESOURCES | FERTILITY | PRIVATE SECTORS | SCREENING | HEALTH POLICY | MEDICAL ECONOMICS | SOCIOECONOMIC INEQUALITIES | AGING | HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION | FORMAL LABOR MARKET | HEALTH INSURANCE | MEDICAL CARE | CLINICS | INCENTIVE STRUCTURES | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | CAPITA HEALTH SPENDING | USER FEES | NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS | EQUITY IN ACCESS | HEALTH OUTCOMES | INDEXES | FINANCING HEALTH CARE | INFANT MORTALITY RATE | DEBT | PATIENT SATISFACTION | HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS | FAMILIES | QUALITY OF HEALTH | DISABILITY | FEE-FOR-SERVICE | INFANT | HEALTH ORGANIZATION | HEALTH SYSTEM | CATASTROPHIC EXPENDITURES | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | HOSPITAL | QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE | SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE | COMMUNICABLE DISEASES | HEALTH STATUS | RESOURCE ALLOCATION | UNDER-FIVE MORTALITY | POCKET PAYMENTS | DELIVERY OF HEALTH CARE | DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH | HEALTH INSURANCE SYSTEM | INCOME GROUPS | URBANIZATION | SOCIAL INSURANCE | MEDICAL TREATMENT | EXTERNALITIES | RURAL POPULATION | NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE | DOCTORS | INCOME HOUSEHOLDS | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | INSURANCE SYSTEMS | HEALTH SERVICE | EARLY CHILD CARE | INTEGRATION | HEALTH CARE | HEALTH CARE ALLOCATION | ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS | DEMAND FOR HEALTH | INFORMAL SECTOR | OUTPATIENT CARE | PUBLIC HEALTH CARE | FERTILITY RATES | NATIONAL HEALTH | COSTS OF HEALTH CARE | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | HOSPITAL BEDS | INFORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | LOW-INCOME COUNTRY | LEVEL OF HEALTH SPENDING | NURSES | PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMS | PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE | EMPLOYMENT | HEALTH PROVIDERS | HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS | SHARE OF HEALTH SPENDING | WORKERS | PRIVATE CLINICS | PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES | DELIVERY SYSTEM | HEALTH CARE REFORM | DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE | HEALTH WORKFORCE | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | DISSEMINATION | FINANCIAL SECTOR | NUTRITION | HEALTH CARE FINANCING | GENERAL PRACTICE | INSTITUTIONALIZATION | HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | PUBLIC HEALTH | HEALTH COVERAGE | MEDICAL PERSONNEL | PUBLIC SPENDING | INCOME | PHO | SMOKERS | SOCIAL INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS | PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | PUBLIC HEALTH SPENDING | IMPACT EVALUATIONS | FINANCIAL RESOURCES | POPULATION TREND | COST-EFFECTIVENESS | SOCIAL INSURANCE SYSTEMS | FINANCIAL PROTECTION | MATERNAL MORTALITY | POPULATION TRENDS | MEDICAL BENEFIT | PROBABILITY | PROVISION OF CARE | HIV | PRIMARY CARE | LEGAL STATUS | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | PATIENT | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | INPATIENT CARE | SAFETY NETS | FINANCING POLICIES | HEALTH NEEDS | PHYSICIAN | PUBLIC SECTOR | POPULATION DYNAMICS | PRIVATE HOSPITALS | LIFE EXPECTANCY | PRENATAL CARE | HEALTH FINANCING | PRIVATE CARE | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | GLOBAL BUDGETS | INSURERS | HEALTH CARE DELIVERY | CLEAN WATER | HEALTH EXPENDITURE PER CAPITA | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEXES | FINANCING OF HEALTH CARE | HEALTH FINANCING SYSTEM | DEPENDENCY RATIOS | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | INSURANCE FUNDS | HEALTH EXPENDITURE | SOCIAL SECURITY | COST STRUCTURE | DELIVERY SYSTEMS | INEQUITIES | PROVIDER PAYMENT | MULTIPLE PURCHASERS | CHILD MORTALITY | MEDICAL PROCEDURES | HEALTH INSURANCE FUND | HEALTH FACILITIES | HEALTH INSURANCE FUNDS | FINANCIAL RISK | MULTIPLE INSURERS | HMO | HEALTH CARE USE | INFANT MORTALITY | RISK ADJUSTERS | FINANCIAL BARRIERS | HEALTH CARE COSTS
Book
2004, ISBN 9780821359181, 413
With a special focus on strategic purchasing and contracting of services from nongovernmental providers, this title reviews ways to make public spending on... 
Medical care | Economic aspects | Poor | Finance | OUTPATIENT CARE | POVERTY LINES | HEALTH NEEDS | GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE | HOSPITAL CARE | PUBLIC SECTOR | POLICY IMPLICATIONS | SERVICE DELIVERY | BEDS | EXPENDITURE DATA | HEALTH SECTOR | INCOME NEUTRAL | MORBIDITY | DISCRIMINATION | FAMILIES | LONG TERM | PUBLIC RESOURCES | INCOME QUINTILES | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | POPULATION GROUPS | RURAL SETTINGS | OUTPATIENT SERVICES | PRIVATE SECTOR | PUBLIC HOSPITALS | PUBLIC SERVICES | BUDGET ALLOCATIONS | HEALTH SYSTEM | HEALTH SYSTEMS | POVERTY LINE | PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES | HOSPITAL SERVICES | DATA COLLECTION | EQUALITY | RESIDENCES | HEALTH SERVICES | NUTRITION | URBAN AREAS | HEALTH STATUS | RESOURCE ALLOCATION | HEALTH SURVEY | MORTALITY | PUBLIC HEALTH | POOR HOUSEHOLDS | POOR CHILDREN | CITIES | HOSPITALS | URBAN POPULATIONS | RURAL AREAS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEY | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | ANALYTICAL WORK | EXTERNALITIES | IMMUNIZATION | PUBLIC POLICIES | RURAL POPULATION | HEALTH FACILITIES | PRIVATE SECTORS | INCOME | URBAN POPULATION | GENDER | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | CURATIVE HEALTH CARE | POVERTY CATEGORY | EXERCISES | PRODUCTIVE ASSET | PUBLIC EXPENDITURE | COST RECOVERY | INCIDENCE ANALYSIS | HEALTH INSURANCE | HEALTH SERVICE | HOSPITALIZATION | CLINICS | POLICY MAKERS | POOR MEN | ANTENATAL CARE | COST -RECOVERY | HEALTH CARE | PRIMARY CARE | BENEFIT INCIDENCE | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | HEALTH CENTERS | INPATIENT CARE | HEALTH OUTCOMES
Book
2009, ISBN 0821378155, 348
Strategic purchasing of health services involves a continuous search for the best ways to maximize health system performance by deciding which interventions... 
Medical economics | Medical fees | fee schedule | health care Research | Health information system | health plans | public sector | Hospital Discharge | Payment Systems | Health Care Per Capita | National Health Service | rehabilitation | collection of revenues | Health Reforms | conflicts of interest | fractures | Health Organization | indirect costs | health systems | risk factors | basic health care | fee-for-service methods | rehabilitation services | accountability mechanisms | Health System | equity in access | Provider Payment | Capitation | allocation of funds | health status | Hospitals | level of payment | information asymmetry | doctors | expenditures | Health Delivery System | Health Management | Payment System | Fixed budgets | global budgets | health financing reform | public hospitals | beds | managed care | Health Reform | judgement | Accounting | Health Insurance Schemes | Direct payment | Fee-for-Service | Essential health care | Health Care Markets | health workers | Overruns | market incentives | fee-for-service payment | clinical outcomes | health interventions | inpatient care | Incentives for providers | insurers | fee-for-service method | health needs | health purchasers | physician | health financing | Informatics | workers | Health Insurance | illness | health care systems | Cost shifting | Health Service | patient cost | Patient information | Hospitalization | financial transactions | low income | home care | recurrent costs | financial protection | primary care | hospital costs | outpatient services | surgery | administrative costs | automated teller machines | hospital care | Health Insurance Fund | Capitation Payments | nursing | costs of care | payment arrangements | financial incentives | Capitation Fee | provision of services | social security | negotiation | health sector | Fee for service | health care providers | risk sharing | income countries | aggregate costs | multiple purchasers | health care services | outpatient care | patients | Information Systems | nursing home care | hospital sector | moral hazard | nurses | degree of competition | Health information | National Health | budget cap | Health Programs | Health Care | health expenditure | Health Planning | fee schedules | providers of health care | allergies | income | Salary | hospital budgets | medicines | clinics | Physicians | Risk Adjustment | Financial management | health promotion | patient outcomes | health providers | allocative efficiency | Hard budget | cost reductions | salaries | hospital admissions | health services | private sectors | direct patient | health system performance | public funds | Health Policy | public health | health care system | Cost per Case | Medicare | Nutrition | Health Care Provider | pharmacists | Patient | employment | Health Purchaser | families | insurance systems | Health Care Resources | reimbursement rates | transition economies | health care financing | capitation payment | Health Delivery | hospital services | cost sharing | Primary Health Care | equilibrium | Private Finance Initiative | Claim | financial risk | private insurers
eBook
2009, ISBN 0821378155, 348
Strategic purchasing of health services involves a continuous search for the best ways to maximize health system performance by deciding which interventions... 
Medical economics | Medical fees | fee schedule | health care Research | Health information system | health plans | public sector | Hospital Discharge | Payment Systems | Health Care Per Capita | National Health Service | rehabilitation | collection of revenues | Health Reforms | conflicts of interest | fractures | Health Organization | indirect costs | health systems | risk factors | basic health care | fee-for-service methods | rehabilitation services | accountability mechanisms | Health System | equity in access | Provider Payment | Capitation | allocation of funds | health status | Hospitals | level of payment | information asymmetry | doctors | expenditures | Health Delivery System | Health Management | Payment System | Fixed budgets | global budgets | health financing reform | public hospitals | beds | managed care | Health Reform | judgement | Accounting | Health Insurance Schemes | Direct payment | Fee-for-Service | Essential health care | Health Care Markets | health workers | Overruns | market incentives | fee-for-service payment | clinical outcomes | health interventions | inpatient care | Incentives for providers | insurers | fee-for-service method | health needs | health purchasers | physician | health financing | Informatics | workers | Health Insurance | illness | health care systems | Cost shifting | Health Service | patient cost | Patient information | Hospitalization | financial transactions | low income | home care | recurrent costs | financial protection | primary care | hospital costs | outpatient services | surgery | administrative costs | automated teller machines | hospital care | Health Insurance Fund | Capitation Payments | nursing | costs of care | payment arrangements | financial incentives | Capitation Fee | provision of services | social security | negotiation | health sector | Fee for service | health care providers | risk sharing | income countries | aggregate costs | multiple purchasers | health care services | outpatient care | patients | Information Systems | nursing home care | hospital sector | moral hazard | nurses | degree of competition | Health information | National Health | budget cap | Health Programs | Health Care | health expenditure | Health Planning | fee schedules | providers of health care | allergies | income | Salary | hospital budgets | medicines | clinics | Physicians | Risk Adjustment | Financial management | health promotion | patient outcomes | health providers | allocative efficiency | Hard budget | cost reductions | salaries | hospital admissions | health services | private sectors | direct patient | health system performance | public funds | Health Policy | public health | health care system | Cost per Case | Medicare | Nutrition | Health Care Provider | pharmacists | Patient | employment | Health Purchaser | families | insurance systems | Health Care Resources | reimbursement rates | transition economies | health care financing | capitation payment | Health Delivery | hospital services | cost sharing | Primary Health Care | equilibrium | Private Finance Initiative | Claim | financial risk | private insurers
eBook
卫生经济研究, ISSN 1004-7778, 2009, Issue 1, pp. 5 - 10
Journal Article
2005, Directions in Development - General, ISBN 9780821363409, 314
Following the 1998 financial crisis, four out of every ten people slipped into poverty, not able to meet basic needs. Luckily, post-crisis economic rebound was... 
Social policy | Poverty | Economic conditions | Russia (Federation) | 1991 | CONSUMPTION GROWTH | POVERTY ESTIMATES | DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY | SOCIAL SPENDING | POVERTY ASSESSMENTS | DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS | SUSTAINABLE GROWTH | GDP | INFANT MORTALITY RATES | POLICY DEBATE | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | TRANSITION ECONOMIES | EMPLOYMENT STATUS | POVERTY MEASUREMENT | INCOME DATA | INEQUALITY DATA | ECONOMIC GROWTH | CHANGES IN POVERTY | POVERTY CHANGES | PUBLIC POLICY | POVERTY PROGRAMS | LONG RUN | POVERTY STATUS | SAFETY NET | INCREASING INEQUALITY | WELFARE MEASURE | REDUCING POVERTY | URBAN AREAS | PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION | POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMS | RURAL HOUSEHOLDS | POLICY PERSPECTIVE | PUBLIC SPENDING | INCOME INEQUALITY | POOR ADULTS | POVERTY RISK | PUBLIC SERVICE | REGIONAL INEQUALITY | POORER HOUSEHOLDS | INCIDENCE OF POVERTY | POLICY OBJECTIVE | CONSUMPTION AGGREGATE | MICRO DATA | RAPID GROWTH | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | REGIONAL POVERTY | DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | POVERTY GAP | LEARNING | ABSOLUTE POVERTY LINE | ECONOMIC INDICATORS | FINANCIAL CRISIS | ANNUAL GROWTH | WAGE RATES | REAL EXCHANGE RATE | POPULATION SURVEYS | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | PER CAPITA INCOME | POVERTY LEVELS | HEADCOUNT INDEX | POVERTY SEVERITY | PRIMARY EDUCATION | SECONDARY ENROLLMENT | HEALTH OUTCOMES | POVERTY LINES | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | PUBLIC SECTOR | LIVING STANDARDS | GROWTH RATES | INEQUALITY MEASURES | FOOD BASKET | UNSKILLED LABOR | MEDIUM TERM | POVERTY REDUCTION POLICIES | SOCIAL POLICIES | POVERTY REDUCTION IMPACT | POVERTY IMPACT | REDUCTION IN POVERTY | COMPULSORY EDUCATION | POVERTY MAP | SUBSISTENCE | LIFE EXPECTANCY | POVERTY PROFILE | BASIC NEEDS | VULNERABLE GROUPS | HIGH POVERTY | INCREASE POVERTY | POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY | AFFORDABILITY | INDUSTRIAL CAPACITY | SUBSISTENCE MINIMUM | POVERTY REDUCTION | POVERTY LINE | LABOR MARKET | LOW WAGES | WELFARE PROGRAMS | CHILD POVERTY | ANNUAL GROWTH RATE | POVERTY INCIDENCE | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | POVERTY OUTCOMES | ELIGIBILITY | INCOME DYNAMICS | SOCIAL PROTECTION | POVERTY INDEXES | BENEFICIARIES | HEALTH EXPENDITURE | MEASURING POVERTY | CASH EXPENDITURES | POOR HOUSEHOLDS | HOUSEHOLD BUDGET | INSURANCE | POVERTY MONITORING | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | INCOME GROUPS | POOR PEOPLE | RURAL POPULATION | TARGETED INTERVENTIONS | PROGRAMMATIC POVERTY ASSESSMENT | HOUSEHOLD WELFARE | HOUSING | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | EQUITABLE ACCESS | NATIONAL ACCOUNTS | CASH EXPENDITURE | UNEMPLOYMENT | SCHOOLING | NEGATIVE IMPACT | PRO-POOR | MEANS TESTING | TARGETING | FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN | ABSOLUTE POVERTY | PUBLIC EXPENDITURES | INFANT MORTALITY | SOCIAL ASSISTANCE | POLICY RESEARCH | HEALTH CARE | SAVINGS | PACIFIC REGION | RURAL RESIDENTS | ECONOMICS | POVERTY MEASURES
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