Health Economics

Review of Economics and Statistics 60:3 (August), 408-416. Wagstaff, A. (1991). “QALYs and the Equity-efficiency Trade-off.” Journal of Health Economics 10:1 (May) 43–64. Warner, K. (1987). “Health and Economic Implications of a ...

Author: Steven R. Eastaugh

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UVA:X002160499

Category: Business & Economics

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This book is a thorough, balanced, and insightful study of the present status and future direction of health care economics and its far-reaching ramifications. Eastaugh provides exhaustive analyses of such major issues as: cost behavior and cost functions; economic models and physician behavior; cost sharing, managed care, and competition health plans; equity, access and the urban medical center; consumer education, service quality and health manpower; efficiency and cost-benefit; and future policy trends. It is designed to provide the tools necessary to balance issues of efficiency and quality.

Public Health Economics

22 , 563 Health Insurance Institute Press Release , 565 Vancouver Sun , 576 Medical Tribune , 536 , 541 - 542 Wall Street ... 534 , 539 , Monthly Labor Revicw , 551 577 मा 155 NDEX NON - CIRCULATING PUBLIC HEALTH ECONOMICS A Index INDEX.

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ISBN: UCAL:B4294079

Category: Health insurance

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Health Economics for the Uninitiated

Health professionals at all levels are bombarded with statements and analyses using health economics in art I promotional material and governmental guidelines. WithJ training as health economists, how can they make sense! them?

Author: Tony Lockett

Publisher: Radcliffe Pub

ISBN: UVA:X004020247

Category: Medical

Page: 84

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This text reveals the science of health economics as the catalyst for change in every aspect of health-care delivery. How should doctors, nurses, pharmacists and health-service managers interpret the barrage of information produced by the pharmaceutical industry? This work aims to find out.

Health Economics

Praise for Health Economics: “A very thorough introduction to health economics combining the important theoretical literature from economics, including neighboring fields, with an account of the actual systems which allocate medical ...

Author: Jay Bhattacharya

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781137029973

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 624

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Comprehensive in coverage this textbook, written by academics from leading institutions, discusses current developments and debates in modern health economics from an international perspective. Economic models are presented in detail, complemented by real-life explanations and analysis, and discussions of the influence of such theories on policymaking. Offering sound pedagogy and economic rigor, Health Economics focuses on building intuition alongside appropriate mathematical formality, translating technical language into accessible economic narrative. Rather than shying away from intellectual building blocks, students are introduced to technical and theoretical foundations and encouraged to apply these to inform empirical studies and wider policymaking. Health Economics provides: - A broad scope, featuring comparative health policy and empirical examples from around the world to help students relate the principles of health economics to everyday life - Coverage of topical issues such as the obesity epidemic, economic epidemiology, socioeconomic health disparities, and behavioural economics - A rich learning resource, complete with hundreds of exercises to help solidify and extend understanding. This book is designed for advanced undergraduate courses in health economics and policy but may also interest postgraduate students in economics, medicine and health policy.

Health Economics second edition

Economics. as. a. Field. of. Inquiry. The. Importance. of. Health. Economics. Everyone is affected by health and personal health care services in important ways. Your health affects your enjoyment of life, your ability to contribute to ...

Author: Frank A. Sloan

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262035118

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 839

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The new edition of a textbook that combines economic concepts with empirical evidence, updated with material on the Affordable Care Act and other developments. This book introduces students to the growing research field of health economics. Rather than offer details about health systems without providing a theoretical context, Health Economics combines economic concepts with empirical evidence to enhance readers' economic understanding of how health care institutions and markets function. The theoretical and empirical approaches draw heavily on the general field of applied microeconomics, but the text moves from the individual and firm level to the market level to a macroeconomic view of the role of health and health care within the economy as a whole. The book takes a global perspective, with description and analysis of institutional features of health sectors in countries around the world. This second edition has been updated to include material on the U.S. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, material on the expansion of health insurance in Massachusetts, and an evaluation of Oregon's Medicaid expansion via lottery. The discussion of health care and health insurance in China has been substantially revised to reflect widespread changes there. Tables and figures have been updated with newly available data. Also new to this edition is a discussion of the health economics literature published between 2010 and 2015. The text includes readings, extensive references, review and discussion questions, and exercises. A student solutions manual offers solutions to selected exercises. Downloadable supplementary material is available for instructors.

Health Economics

Naylor, C. D. (1988) 'Private medicine and the privatisation of health care in South Africa', Social Science and Medicine 27 (11): 1153–70. Neumann, J. von and Morgenstern, O. (1947) The Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, ...

Author: Barbara McPake

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134166084

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 313

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Beginning with a look into simple models of supply and demand within health care, this key text moves on to techniques of cost-benefit analysis, and then compares differing health care systems around the world. Featuring an array of case studies based on systems from around the world, the book successfully bridges the divide between the insurance-based system employed in the United States, the publicly-funded options more common in Europe and Canada, and the mixed arrangements characteristic of most developing countries. This informative textbook, essential for students on the ever-growing number of health economics courses internationally, will also be useful in other areas, such as public health studies, medicine and health science.

Health Economics Worldwide

Lee, F.L., “Health and wages: A simultaneous equation model with multiple discrete indicators”, Discussion paper 79–197, University of Minnesota, 1979. Leu, R.E., “Economic Evaluation of New Drug Therapies in Terms of Improved Life ...

Author: Peter Zweifel

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401123921

Category: Political Science

Page: 365

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This volume reflects both the main issues confronting health economics and the state of the art in health economics a decade before the end of the twentieth century. It contains a selection from almost 150 papers presented at the Second World Congress on Health Economics, held at the University of ZUrich, Switzerland, 10-14 September 1990. This is ten years after the last Congress (held in Leiden, The Netherlands) and more than 17 years after the Tokyo meeting organized by the International Economic Associ ation (which might be called the First World Congress were it not for its small size and symposium-like character). Out of the 16 papers appearing in this book, only four were invited, and they were refereed like all the others. The remaining contributions are survivors of stiff competition. However, in spite of the large sample of papers we were able to draw from, certain gaps of coverage persist. In particular, environmental impacts on health were designated as a field of priority interest in the call for papers to this Congress. Yet, not even half a dozen contribu tions were submitted, which is remarkable in view of the intense interest of the public in the health effects of environmental degradation, ranging from noise level to ozone concentration. Another specially designed field was the political economy of health, dealing with the behavior of policy makers when deciding about changes in the health care systems. It did not attract as many contributions as we had hoped for or expected.

Health Economics Series

In the fall of 1963 , the Heart Disease Control Branch of the Division of Chronic Diseases , Bureau of State Services , asked the Health Economics Branch to undertake a study of annual direct expenditures for the major cardiovascular ...

Author: United States. Public Health Service

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ISBN: UOM:39015020619824

Category: Medical economics

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Principles in Health Economics and Policy

Examining the different structures and techniques involved in making decisions about who benefits from those health care resources available in a publicly funded system, this title provides a concise and compact introduction to health ...

Author: Jan Abel Olsen

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198794837

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 289

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Examining the different structures and techniques involved in making decisions about who benefits from those health care resources available in a publicly funded system, this title provides a concise and compact introduction to health economics and policy