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May 21st, 2012

Eurohealth, Volume 18 Number 1

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May 21st, 2012

Eurohealth, Volume 18 Number 1

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Eurohealth Volume 18 Number 1 : Health systems and the financial crisis

This issue of Eurohealth, the second with a new layout and design, provides case studies on health system responses to the financial crisis from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece and Ireland. Other articles include: the patient perspective on the proposal for the Professional Qualifications Directive; the evolution of obesity in Spain; the performance of chronic care system in Denmark; competition in the Dutch health insurance system; pharmaceutical market reforms in Portugal; and Eurohealth monitor.

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CONTENTS

Eurohealth Observer

  • Health Policy in the financial crisis
    Philipa Mladovsky, Divya Srivastava, Jonathan Cylus, Marina Karanikolos, Tamás Evetovits, Sarah Thomson and Martin McKee
  • Coping with austerity in the Irish health system
    Steve Thomas and Sara Burke
  • Estonia: Crisis reforms and the road to recovery
    Triin Habicht
  • Greece: The health system in a time of crisis
    Daphne Kaitelidou and Eugenio Kouli
  • A window for health reforms in the Czech Republic
    Thomas Roubal

Eurohealth International

  • The proposal for the Professional Qualifications Directive – the patient perspective
    Rachel Seal-Jones and Jeremiah Mwangi

Eurohealth Systems and Policies

  • The evolution of obesity in Spain
    Manuel García-Goñi and Cristina Hernández-Quevedo
  • Do Danes enjoy a high-performing chronic care system?
    Cristina Hernández-Quevedo, Maria Olejaz, Annegrete Juul Nielsen, Andreas Rudkjøbing, Hans Okkels Birk and Allan Krasnik
  • The Dutch health insurance system: mostly competition on price rather than quality of care
    Anne E.M. Brabers, Margreet Reitsma-van Rooijen and Judith D. de Jong
  • Pharmaceutical market reforms in Portugal under the memorandum of understanding
    Pedro Pita Barros

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