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2007, ISBN 0821365479, 414
Great progress has been made in recent years in securing better access and financial protection against the cost of illness through collective financing of... 
Medical economics -- Developing countries | Medical policy -- Developing countries | Medical care, Cost of -- Developing countries | Medical policy | Developing countries | Medical economics | Medical care, Cost of | MARKET FAILURES | LIFE YEARS | LEGAL FRAMEWORK | PUBLIC HEALTH CARE | HOSPITAL CARE | FERTILITY RATES | NATIONAL HEALTH | HOSPITAL SECTOR | SERVICE DELIVERY | PHYSICIANS | ADVERSE SELECTION | WASTE | HEALTH SECTOR | SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS | HEALTH ECONOMICS | APPLICABLE LAW | HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME | PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE | EMPLOYMENT | COMMUNITY RATING | HEALTH PROVIDERS | LOW INCOME | POLICY FRAMEWORK | PUBLIC POLICY | WORKERS | PRIVATE SECTOR | PUBLIC HOSPITALS | HEALTH SYSTEMS | ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY | RISK EQUALIZATION | HEALTH WORKERS | LAWS | DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | DISSEMINATION | EQUILIBRIUM | RISK SHARING | HEALTH SERVICES | RESOURCE FLOWS | HEALTH CARE DECISIONS | NUTRITION | HEALTH CARE FINANCING | HEALTH MAINTENANCE | INDIVIDUAL HEALTH | EQUITY GOALS | HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | PUBLIC HEALTH | PATIENTS | ADEQUATE CARE | DEMAND FOR SERVICES | CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENTS | HOSPITALS | LOW-INCOME POPULATIONS | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | PUBLIC SPENDING | FERTILITY | PUBLIC SERVICE | PRIVATE SECTORS | RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS | DRUGS | DECISION MAKING | HEALTH POLICY | PATIENT SPENDING | REFORM OF HEALTH CARE | INFORMATION ASYMMETRY | FLAT RATE | MEDICAL ECONOMICS | MEDICAL POLICY | FEE SCHEDULES | HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION | RESOURCE MOBILIZATION | FINANCIAL PROTECTION | INFORMATION SYSTEM | HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS | MEDICAL CARE | INCENTIVE STRUCTURES | NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE | LEGAL STATUS | ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS | COMMUNITY HEALTH | INDUCED DEMAND | PATIENT | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS | MARGINAL COST | EXCESSIVE CONSUMPTION | FINANCING HEALTH CARE | PUBLIC SECTOR | CAPACITY BUILDING | SOCIAL EXCLUSION | NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES | MARGINAL COSTS | HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS | MORAL HAZARD | INFORMED CHOICES | DISABILITY | ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE | LIFE EXPECTANCY | PARADIGM SHIFT | DIAGNOSIS | HEALTH FINANCING | CARE PURCHASERS | GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | HEALTH SYSTEM | LABOR MARKET | FINANCING OF HEALTH CARE | HOSPITAL | CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIPS | SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE | FINANCIAL INCENTIVES | CONCERN OF POLICY MAKERS | RESOURCE ALLOCATION | INSURANCE FUNDS | SOCIAL SECURITY | INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY | UNIVERSAL ACCESS | POCKET PAYMENTS | POCKET PAYMENTS BY HOUSEHOLDS | QUALITY ASSURANCE | LABOR SUPPLY | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | COLLECTION OF REVENUES | NONGOVERNMENTAL SECTORS | POOR PEOPLE | HEALTH CARE SECTOR | MEDICAL EQUIPMENT | PROGRESS | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | DOCTORS | COST SHARING | EXPOSURE | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | NATURE OF HEALTH | FINANCIAL RISK | HMO | CLINICAL MANAGEMENT | POLICY MAKERS | HEALTH CARE | SERVICE PROVIDERS | PACIFIC REGION | FEE FOR SERVICE | DEMAND FOR HEALTH | SCARCE RESOURCES
Book
2010, ISBN 9780821375075, xxxiv, 491
Financial protection against the cost of illness and inclusion of vulnerable groups – will require better mobilization and use of private means. Private... 
Private Sector | Health insurance | Models, Econometric | economics | World Health | Economic aspects | Health Expenditures | Economics | Developing countries | Care Access | social capital | health service providers | informal sector workers | Medical Insurance | public sector | capital requirements | medical technology | Health Plans | Health Insurance Coverage | community rating | private spending | International Finance | Surgery | medical system | savings | access to health care | health systems | applicable law | disasters | collection of contributions | Solvency | Health System | Health Spending | Hospitals | financing health care | programs | formal labor market | inflation | Insurance Expenditures | Risk Management | Financial Protection | Middle East | Social Insurance | health insurance schemes | health insurance markets | Community Health | Low-Income Countries | social health insurance | Health Insurance Plans | workers | public health care | Health Insurance | chronic diseases | slums | premiums | Health Financing | liberalization | Reinsurance | Public Hospitals | Health Care Financing | social exclusion | Demand for Health | mortality | Healthcare | Health Economics | Health Plan | Health Expenditure | health insurance system | prepayment schemes | Health Insurance Industry | Pocket Payments | international organizations | Sub-Saharan Africa | FEASIBILITY STUDIES | Risk Sharing | delivery of health services | health sector | Financial Markets | Insurers | Group Insurance | Insurance Regulations | Private Insurance | social insurance systems | Pocket Payment | national health | Public Expenditure | public health insurance | Western Europe | nutrition | Health Care | health maintenance | private sector | financial consequences | income households | Moral Hazard | Private Health Insurance | national health service | Medical Association | adequate care | Insurance Arrangements | financial resources | health care insurance | Health Insurance Market | Drug Administration | North Africa | Financial Impact | health insurers | health services | walking | consumers | morbidity | public health | health care system | Health Plan Employer Data | cost-effectiveness | informal sector | market failures | Adverse Selection | rates | Solvency Requirements | families | insurance systems | Insurance Reserves | risk aversion | Insurance Markets | Health Insurance Regulation | Demand for Insurance | financial reporting | Private Insurance Markets | regulatory framework | Cost Sharing | public insurance | financial risk | private insurers
Book
2013, Directions in Development - Human Development, ISBN 0821399209, 140
Bangladesh is undergoing a double transition—demographic and epidemiological. Increasing life expectancy and declining fertility entail a demographic... 
Health, Nutrition, and Population | Public Finance | BUS072000 - Business & Economics | Sustainable Development | BUS051000 - Business & Economics | Health Risk Assessment | Development | MED037000 - Medical | Noncommunicable disease (NCD)-Bangladesh-Demographic | Philosophy | Dialectic | CHRONIC CONDITIONS | LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH | SERVICE DELIVERY | PHYSICIANS | POPULATION RESEARCH | EARLY DETECTION | HEALTH SECTOR | MORBIDITY | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION | HEALTH PROMOTION | ECONOMIC GROWTH | SODIUM | INJURIES | POLITICAL TURMOIL | PUBLIC POLICY | DIABETES | FAMILY WELFARE | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | HEALTH SYSTEMS | POLICY DIALOGUE | PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE | HEALTH WORKERS | POLLUTION | PRIMARY HEALTH FACILITIES | HEALTH SERVICES | URBAN AREAS | HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE | DISASTERS | MORTALITY | PATIENTS | HEALTH FOR ALL | TOLERANCE | IMPACT ON HEALTH | HOSPITALS | STRATEGIC PRIORITIES | VULNERABILITY | CLIMATE CHANGE | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT | SOCIAL IMPACT | SCREENING | HEALTH POLICY | MEDICAL COLLEGE | RESEARCH POLICY | WORKING-AGE POPULATION | LIVE BIRTHS | PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS | BASIC POPULATION | SLUM DWELLERS | URBAN POPULATION GROWTH RATES | AGING | HEALTH INSURANCE | INFORMATION SYSTEM | CLINICS | HEALTH PLANNING | CHILD HEALTH | TERTIARY LEVELS | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | PRIMARY EDUCATION | PURCHASING POWER | HEALTH OUTCOMES | RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS | CANCER | DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES | MASS MEDIA | RESEARCH PROGRAMS | HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS | NATIONAL HEALTH POLICY | FAMILIES | DISABILITY | COMPLICATIONS | MEDICAL RESEARCH | INFANT | ADEQUATE HUMAN RESOURCES | HEALTH TRENDS | SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS | HEALTH RESEARCH | NATIONAL POLICY | SMOKING CESSATION | HEALTH SYSTEM | TREATMENT SERVICES | GENDER PARITY | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PROGRAM | OBESITY | HOSPITAL | PRIMARY SCHOOL | COMMUNICABLE DISEASES | INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY | POPULATION SECTOR | QUALITY ASSURANCE | LOW BIRTH WEIGHT | RURAL AREAS | SMOKING | HEALTH SECTOR REFORM | URBANIZATION | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | URBAN POPULATION | INFORMATION SYSTEMS | HYPERTENSION | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | FERTILITY RATE | DEPENDENCY RATIO | URBAN SLUMS | UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | VIOLENCE | FAMILY PLANNING | POOR HEALTH | YOUNG PEOPLE | CHILDBIRTH | HEALTH CARE | EPIDEMIOLOGY | MIGRANT | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | HEALTH INDICATORS | HOSPITAL BEDS | AIR POLLUTION | PLAN OF ACTION | SOCIAL CHANGES | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL | CHILD HEALTH SERVICES | NURSES | URBAN POPULATION GROWTH | PATHFINDER INTERNATIONAL | WORKFORCE | MOTHER | WORKERS | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO | HEALTH EDUCATION | SUBSTANCE ABUSE | HEALTHY LIFESTYLES | LAWS | CHILDREN PER WOMAN | IMMUNIZATIONS | IMPACT OF POPULATION | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | URBAN CENTER | DISSEMINATION | NUTRITION | POLITICAL SUPPORT | INSTITUTIONALIZATION | SMALL COUNTRIES | DIETS | PUBLIC HEALTH | RISK FACTORS | HEALTH MESSAGES | EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE | DRUGS | MORTALITY RATE | ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION | MIGRANTS | AGED | PERSISTENT POVERTY | DEATH RATE | INTERVENTION | CHILD-BEARING | ELDERLY | HEALTH POLICIES | MATERNAL MORTALITY | MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS | POPULATION INDICATORS | LEGAL STATUS | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | TERTIARY LEVEL | NATURAL DISASTERS | POPULATION PROJECTIONS | CHILD MORTALITY RATES | LIFESTYLES | HUMAN CAPACITY | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES | CAPACITY BUILDING | MENTAL HEALTH | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY | REPRODUCTIVE AGE | LIFE EXPECTANCY | DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | RISK GROUPS | BEHAVIOR CHANGE | LEADING CAUSES | PHYSICAL ACTIVITY | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | LABOR FORCE | POPULATION SIZE | POPULATION CHALLENGES | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS | OLD AGE | ILLNESSES | QUALITY OF CARE | CHILD MORTALITY | REDUCTION OF MORBIDITY | HEALTH FACILITIES | DIET | REFERRAL SYSTEMS | MEDICAL EQUIPMENT | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | EPIDEMIC | BREASTFEEDING | IMPACT OF POPULATION GROWTH | STATE UNIVERSITY | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES | FOOD INDUSTRY | DROWNING | GROSS NATIONAL INCOME | RESPIRATORY DISEASES | EXISTING CAPACITY | POLICY MAKERS | MATERNAL DEATHS | ESSENTIAL DRUGS | SERVICE PROVIDERS
eBook
2011, Directions in development. Human development, ISBN 9780821384879, xxix, 286
Latin America and the Caribbean will soon face the challenges of an aging population. This process, which took over a century in the rich world, will occur in... 
Older people | Economic aspects | Aged | Economic conditions | Social aspects | Health aspects | Population aging | Congresses | Caribbean Area | Latin America | CHRONIC CONDITIONS | LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH | INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS | POPULATION RESEARCH | MORBIDITY | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | OFFICE OF POPULATION | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY FRAMEWORK | PUBLIC POLICY | DIABETES | LEVEL OF POVERTY | PURCHASING POWER PARITY | ELDERLY POPULATION | NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS | HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE | NATIONAL LEVEL | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | INDIVIDUAL HEALTH | OLDER PEOPLE | SCHOOL-AGE POPULATION | MORTALITY | CHILD CARE | TUBERCULOSIS | IMPACT ON HEALTH | CENTER FOR HEALTH | INCOME SECURITY | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | CHANGES IN POPULATION SIZE | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | FERTILITY | UNITED NATIONS POPULATION DIVISION | OLDER PERSONS | LARGE POPULATION | HEALTH POLICY | WORKING-AGE POPULATION | SOCIAL POLICY | PANDEMIC | POPULATION GROWTH | AGING | PUBLIC EDUCATION | PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES | HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION | POPULATION MOMENTUM | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS | LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH | LEVELS OF PRODUCTIVITY | PURCHASING POWER | SERVICE UTILIZATION | FEMALE LIFE EXPECTANCY | POPULATION FIELD | OLD-AGE | INFANT MORTALITY RATE | DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES | REPLACEMENT LEVEL | DEMOGRAPHERS | FAMILIES | LACK OF ACCESS TO TREATMENT | DISABILITY | FAMILY MEMBERS | ADULT POPULATION | INFANT | POLIO | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | EUROPEAN IMMIGRATION | HEALTH SYSTEM | LABOR MARKET | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | OBESITY | HOSPITAL | POPULATION STUDIES | LOW FERTILITY | NUMBER OF BIRTHS | POOR NUTRITION | SPOUSE | YOUNG ADULTS | COMMUNICABLE DISEASES | HEALTH STATUS | ECONOMIC DEMOGRAPHY | MAJORITY OF CHILDREN | HEALTH CARE DEMAND | LABOR SUPPLY | HEALTH COSTS | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | RURAL POPULATION | FERTILITY LEVELS | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE | AGE DISTRIBUTION | NATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS | PROGRESS | SECONDARY EDUCATION | URBAN POPULATION | HYPERTENSION | PENSIONS | MIGRATION | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURES | FERTILITY RATE | SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS | DEPENDENCY RATIO | DECLINE IN FERTILITY | POPULATION GROWTH RATES | POLICY RESEARCH | YOUNG PEOPLE | HEALTH CARE | POPULATION ESTIMATES | IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH | FERTILITY RATES | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | RECIPIENT COUNTRIES | INFANT MORTALITY RATES | INDIVIDUAL INCOMES | INTEREST IN POPULATION | WORKFORCE | IMMIGRANTS | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT | WORKERS | FERTILITY TRANSITIONS | CHILDREN PER WOMAN | CHRONIC DISEASE | IMPACT OF POPULATION | DISSEMINATION | LARGE POPULATIONS | LARGE FAMILIES | NUTRITION | PUBLIC HEALTH | FERTILITY DECLINE | HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION | RISK FACTORS | DEPENDENT CHILDREN | SLOWER POPULATION GROWTH | ISOLATION | INCOME | MIGRANTS | AGED | DISABILITIES | OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN | HEALTH CONDITIONS | POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT | ELDERLY | ADULT MORTALITY | HOSPITALIZATION | PROBABILITY | HIV | LEGAL STATUS | ILL HEALTH | LEGISLATORS | ECONOMIC STATUS | MEDICAL NEEDS | CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES | HEALTH PROBLEMS | WOMAN | LEVELS OF EDUCATION | MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH | YOUNG CHILDREN | LEADING CAUSES OF MORTALITY | SOCIAL EXPENDITURES | POPULATION GROUPS | REPRODUCTIVE AGE | POLICY DECISIONS | LIFE EXPECTANCY | LIVING CONDITIONS | DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION | POLICY CHANGE | POPULATION DISTRIBUTION | VIRGIN | PARASITIC DISEASES | PUBLIC SERVICES | INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS | DEPENDENCY RATIOS | ADEQUATE HEALTH CARE | DECLINES IN MORTALITY | LEADING CAUSES | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | LABOR FORCE | SOCIAL SECURITY | TRAUMA | WORLD CONFERENCE | URBAN CENTERS | OLDER ADULTS | IMMIGRATION COUNTRIES | INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION | CITIES | OLD AGE | SOCIAL WELFARE | CHILD MORTALITY | HEALTH FACILITIES | NUMBER OF CHILDREN | CHALLENGES OF POPULATION | POPULATION CHANGE | DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE | HEALTH PLANS | LONG-TERM CARE | UNEMPLOYMENT | ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS | POPULATION DIVISION | YOUNG AGES | RESPIRATORY DISEASES | POPULATION STRUCTURE | INFANT MORTALITY | WORLD POPULATION | POLICY MAKERS | SPOUSES | AGING POPULATIONS | POPULATION ISSUES | SOCIAL AFFAIRS | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
Book
Maternal and Child Health Journal, ISSN 1092-7875, 5/2012, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp. 824 - 833
Journal Article
Epilepsia, ISSN 0013-9580, 09/2014, Volume 55, Issue 4, pp. 29 - 33
Summary Individuals with Lennox‐Gastaut syndrome (LGS) often do not respond to or become resistant to pharmacologic treatments. Ketogenic diets (KDs) and vagus... 
Electric stimuli | Adjunctive therapy | Adequate‐protein | Central nervous system | High‐fat | High-fat | Adequate-protein | MANAGEMENT | EFFICACY | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | CHILDREN | TRIAL | SEIZURES | EXPERIENCE | EPILEPSY | Lennox Gastaut Syndrome - therapy | Vagus Nerve Stimulation - methods | Diet, Ketogenic - methods | Humans | Patients | Care and treatment
Journal Article
12/2011
Food patterns and dietary quality in the early years of life are usually determined by parents and other primary caretakers. Unfortunately the diets commonly... 
malnutrition | preschool | lunches | adequate diet
Web Resource
03/2011
In many countries absent or poorly functioning prepayment mechanisms for health care expose families to the financial risks associated with accidents and... 
OUTPATIENT CARE | PRIVATE SERVICES | HOSPITAL CARE | PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURES | NATIONAL HEALTH | HEALTH INDICATORS | HOSPITAL BEDS | CORRUPTION | PHYSICIANS | COSTS OF TREATMENT | EXTENDED FAMILIES | HEALTH SECTOR | HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS IN TRANSITION | HEALTH ECONOMICS | NURSES | REHABILITATION | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE | EMPLOYMENT | MARKET ECONOMY | HEALTH PROVIDERS | INPATIENT ADMISSION | LOW INCOME | TREATMENTS | EMPOWERMENT | OUTPATIENT SERVICES | WORKERS | PRIVATE SECTOR | PUBLIC HOSPITALS | EARNINGS | COST OF HEALTH CARE | HEALTH SYSTEMS | BRIBE | DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE | HEALTH SERVICES | NUTRITION | URBAN AREAS | HEALTH CARE FINANCING | INCOME COUNTRIES | OLDER PEOPLE | CATASTROPHIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE | HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | PUBLIC HEALTH | PATIENTS | HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY | HEALTH-CARE SYSTEM | TUBERCULOSIS | PRIVATE FEES | HOSPITALS | INFORMAL PAYMENTS | CULTURAL NORMS | CAPITAL INVESTMENTS | PUBLIC SCHOOL | INCOME | PUBLIC HOSPITAL | PREPAYMENT MECHANISMS | BANKS | DRUGS | PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | PUBLIC HEALTH SPENDING | HEALTH CARE FACILITIES | HEALTH POLICY | POCKET PAYMENTS FOR HEALTH CARE | HEALTHCARE | MEDICAL DOCTORS | HEALTH INSTITUTIONS | TECHNICAL SUPPORT | HEALTH INSURANCE | HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS | MEDICAL SPECIALISTS | HEALTH CENTRE | MEDICAL CARE | CLINICS | PROBABILITY | HOUSEHOLD INCOMES | HEALTH EXPENDITURES | PRIMARY CARE | RISK MANAGEMENT | ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS | PATIENT | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | HEALTH CENTERS | USER FEES | HOUSEHOLDS | INPATIENT CARE | UNION | EQUITY IN ACCESS | PHYSICIAN | HYGIENE | PUBLIC SECTOR | PEOPLES | PRIVATE HOSPITALS | BRIBES | HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS | DISCRIMINATION | MEDICAL EXPENSES | FAMILIES | FEE-FOR-SERVICE | FINANCIAL RISKS | ADEQUATE RESOURCES | HEALTH FINANCING | BASIC NEEDS | HEALTH ORGANIZATION | AFFORDABILITY | HEALTH SYSTEM | PAYMENTS FOR HEALTH SERVICES | FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE | HEALTH POSTS | HEALTH CENTRES | HEALTH INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS | COST OF SERVICES | HEALTH-CARE | SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE | HEALTH EXPENDITURE | FREE CARE | MEDICATION | UNIVERSAL ACCESS | EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT | POCKET PAYMENTS | HEALTH COSTS | INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS | HEALTH INSURANCE SYSTEM | MEDICAL ETHICS | ILLNESS | VULNERABLE PEOPLE | INCOME GROUPS | CARE ACCESS | SOCIAL WELFARE | HUMAN CAPITAL | HEALTH FACILITIES | PREGNANT WOMEN | EXPENDITURES | HEALTH CARE SECTOR | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | ABILITY TO PAY | HEALTH FINANCE | MEDICAL FEES | HEALTH SERVICE | MEDICAL STAFF | HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE | POLICY RESEARCH | HEALTH AFFAIRS | SAVINGS | HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE | FEE FOR SERVICE | DEMAND FOR HEALTH | HEALTH CARE COSTS
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11/2010
The objective of this summary report is to highlight the main lessons learned from Organization for Economic Development and Co-operation (OECD) countries with... 
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Book
Sleep Medicine, ISSN 1389-9457, 02/2018, Volume 42, pp. 31 - 37
Sleep Disturbances (SDs) are a symptom common to mental health disorders (MHD) and substance use disorders (SUD). We aimed to identify the value of SD as a... 
Sleep disturbance | Substance use disorder | Primary care | SCREENING-TEST | INSOMNIA | SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS | APNEA | ADULTS | CHILDHOOD | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | ABUSE | DISEASE | EARLY-ONSET | INTERVENTION | adequate care | sleep disturbance | substance use disorder
Journal Article
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