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Health Policy And European Union Enlargement

Author : McKee, Martin
ISBN : 9780335213535
Genre : Education
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· What are the implications of the different levels of health in an enlarged EU? · Will free movement of goods, services and people within an enlarged EU be good for health and health care? · What have we learned from past enlargements? European national policy-makers broadly agree on the core objectives that their health care system should pursue. The list is straightforward: universal access for all citizens, effective care for better health outcomes, efficient use of resources, and high quality services responsive to patient’s concerns. It is a formula that resonates across the political spectrum and which, in various, sometimes inventive configurations, has played a role in most recent European national election campaigns. While there may be consensus on the broader issues, expectations differ between EU countries, and with the enlargement of 2004 matters become more complex. This book seeks firstly to assess the impact of the enlargement process and then to analyse the challenges that lie ahead in the field of health and health policy. Written by leading health policy analysts, the book investigates a host of areas including: · Health care investment· International recruitment of nurses and doctors· Health and safety· Communicable disease control· European pharmaceutical policy Health Policy and European Union Enlargementwill be of interest to students of health policy, economics, public policy and management, as well as health managers and policy-makers. Contributors:Tit Albreht, Roza Adany, Ivana Bozicevic, James Buchan, Richard Coker, Evgenia Delcheva, Carl-Ardy Dubois, Anna B. Gilmore, Antero Heloma, Rainer Hess, Elke Jakubowski, Nicholas Jennett, Panos Kanavos, Manuel Lobato, Karen Lock, Laura MacLehose, Martin McKee, Sally Nicholas, Ellen Nolte, Stjepan Oreskovic, Esa Osterberg, Anne Marie Rafferty, Magdalene Rosenmöller, Alison Wright-Reid, Monika Zajac, Witold Zatonski.

Health Status And Health Care Systems In Central And Eastern European Countries Bulgaria Estonia Poland Slovakia And Hungary

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Trends In Eu Health Care Systems

Author : Winfried de Gooijer
ISBN : 0387327487
Genre : Medical
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The nations of the EU have long led the world in universal health coverage. Recent economic developments have created problems ranging from inequities of care to growing numbers of uninsured — a progression analyzed by Win de Gooijer in Trends in EU Health Care Systems. His ideas may be startling, and the book is bound to be controversial. This is critical reading for health care managers and policymakers, politicians and insurors - anyone looking to Europe to understand this far-reaching evolution.

Eu Health Law Policy

Author : Anniek de Ruijter
ISBN : 9780191092169
Genre : Law
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Whether there is a public health need for the containment and response to swine flu, or an individual need to access health care across the border for a hip operation to alleviate pain, the EU has an increasingly powerful role in the field of human health. Health law and policy is deeply tied into fundamental rights, bioethics and values, with important implications for individuals. However, it is also an expansive area of economic regulation, of social and state arrangements. The growing role of the EU in human health law and policy is contested, particularly as it has implications for the fundamental rights and values that are enshrined in national health law and policy. This book outlines, through case studies, how the expansion of EU power is taking place through law and policy, in both public health and health care. How is law and policy in the field of human health adopted, who are the institutional actors involved, and what is the impact of these developments for fundamental rights?

Health In The European Union

Author : Philipa Mladovsky
ISBN : 9789289041904
Genre : Medical
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Good health is a fundamental resource for social and economic prosperity and Europe has seen improvements over the past few decades in both health status and living and working conditions. But this study investigates differences in health status within and between European countries and examines some of the challenges faced by those seeking a healthier and more equitable society. Within the context of the European Union, the range of living conditions has widened tremendously in recent years as the Union has gone through an enlargement process. This diversity has translated into varied patterns of health across the region. Inequalities in income, education, housing and employment have directly or indirectly affected public health. In addition, certain diseases and causes of death are more likely to affect young people, whereas most are associated with older ages. All these factors need to be taken into account, and this study addresses some of the complexities involved. This book discusses and analyzes the relationship between living conditions, socioeconomic factors and health, with the objective of framing a debate and policy action to create a healthier and fairer society across Europe. This study will stimulate focused discussion by offering an essential overview of key issues affecting European nations and the health and well-being of their peoples.

Social Health Insurance Systems In Western Europe

Author : Richard B. Saltman
ISBN : UCSC:32106017504371
Genre : Health & Fitness
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· What are the characteristics that define a Social Health Insurance system? · How is success measured in SHI systems? · How are SHI systems developing in response to external pressures? Using the seven Social Health Insurance countries in western Europe - Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland - as well as Israel, this important book reviews core structural and organizational dimensions, as well as recent reforms and innovations. Covering a wide range of policy issues, the book: · Explores the pressures these health systems confront to be more efficient, more effective, and more responsive · Reviews their success in addressing these pressures · Examines the implications of change on the structure of SHI’s as they are currently defined · Draws out policy lessons about past experience and likely future developments in SHI systems in a manner useful to policymakers in Europe and elsewhere Social Health Insurance Systems in Western Europe will be of interest to students of health policy and management as well as health managers and policy-makers. Contributors: Helmut Brand, Jan Bultman, Reinhard Busse, Laurent Chambaud, David Chinitz, Diana M.J. Delnoij, André P. den Exter, Aad A. de Roo, Anna Dixon, Isabelle Durand-Zaleski, Hans F.W. Dubois, Josep Figueras, Bernhard Gibis, Stefan Greß, Bernhard J. Güntert, Jean Hermesse, Maria M. Hofmarcher, Martin McKee, Pedro W. Koch-Wulkan, Claude Le Pen, Kieke G.H. Okma, Martin Pfaff, Richard B. Saltman, Wendy G.M. van der Kraan, Jürgen Wasem, Manfred Wildner, Matthias Wismar.

A Cannabis Reader

Author : Sharon Rödner Sznitman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132082400
Genre : Business & Economics
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Want the straight dope on marijuana? This publication addresses one basic question: how can I find quality information on cannabis, amid all the bias and opinion? This monograph is divided into two volumes. This first volume centers on political, legislative, commercial and social developments relating to cannabis. Its core audience thus comprises policymakers, sociologists, historians, journalists and those involved in enforcement. The second volume is targeted at drugs professionals working in the fields of treatment, prevention and healthcare.

Healthy Aging And Longevity

Author : Noah J. Weller
ISBN : STANFORD:36105129826595
Genre : Health & Fitness
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In a climate where many unsubstantiated claims are made, it is essential to have access to the best evidence-based knowledge on how to extend healthy life expectancy. Researchers, healthcare practitioners, and policy makers come together annually at the International Research Center for Healthy Ageing and Longevity to discuss, debate, and exchange ideas, and the proceedings of the most recent conference is contained in the chapters of this volume. Now, more than ever, a critical need exists for the development of appropriate policies so that aging is seen as a resource and not as an isolating and segregating experience. Solid research elucidating the processes of aging must be translated into strategies for clinical practice in order to respond to the needs of an aging population. The full spectrum of proven and potential aging interventions including pharmaceutical, nutritional, clinical, educational, policy, complementary, preventive, and restorative means were explored at this international meeting. The topics covered in this volume include the following: (1) Nutritional interventions in aging and age-associated disease, both diet and supplements; (2) dementia in an aging population; (3) the new caring -- financial and asset management and substitute decision-making by and for older people; (4) how we improve the quality of research into healthy aging; (5) promoting balance and preventing falls in an aging population; (6) population aging in developing countries; (7) promoting health and well-being of the older community; (8) hormone and metabolic interventions in aging; (9) community attitudes and approaches towards human life extension; (10) respecting the elders in our care; (11) the biology of healthy aging and longevity; (12) basic science and mechanisms of aging and longevity; (13) sustaining optimal aging -- inner strength and mutual support; (14) wellbeing, retirement planning and expectations of the baby-boomer generation; (15) natural and complementary approaches to age-associated disorders; (16) psychosocial predictors of healthy aging and longevity -- lessons from longitudinal studies; (17) healthy longevity -- lessons learned from the world's longest-lived people; (18) the aging brain; (19) baby-boomer work force participation; (20) quality of care and quality of life for the elderly; (21) frontiers of knowledge in biogerontology; (22) behavioural and social interventions for healthy aging and longevity. NOTE: Annals volumes are available for sale as individual books or as a journal. For information on institutional journal subscriptions, please visit ACADEMY MEMBERS: Please contact the New York Academy of Sciences directly to place your order ( Members of the New York Academy of Science receive full-text access to the Annals online and discounts on print volumes. Please visit for more information about becoming a member

Caring For People With Chronic Conditions

Author : Ellen Nolte
ISBN : UCSD:31822037160272
Genre : Medical
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This text systematically examines some of the key issues involved in the care of those with chronic diseases. It synthesises the evidence on what we know works (or does not) in different circumstances. From an international perspective, it addresses the prerequisites for effective policies and management of chronic disease.

Voluntary Health Insurance In The European Union

Author : Elias Mossialos
ISBN : 9289010657
Genre : Health insurance
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