almediah.fr
» » Public and Private Rules in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns (World Bank Discussion Paper)

Download Public and Private Rules in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns (World Bank Discussion Paper) eBook

by Philip Musgrove

Download Public and Private Rules in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns (World Bank Discussion Paper) eBook
ISBN:
0821337106
Author:
Philip Musgrove
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
World Bank (August 1, 1996)
Pages:
79 pages
EPUB book:
1576 kb
FB2 book:
1409 kb
DJVU:
1161 kb
Other formats
azw doc docx txt
Rating:
4.7
Votes:
776


Theory identifies three reasons for state action: (i) public goods or services with . HNP discussion paper series;. World Bank, Washington, DC.

Theory identifies three reasons for state action: (i) public goods or services with large externalities (involving efficiency); (ii) poverty (involving equity); and (iii) failings peculiar to insurance markets for health care (where both inefficiency and inequity arise). Public and Private Roles in Health : Theory and Financing Patterns.

Theory identifies three reasons for state action: (i) public goods or services . Public and private roles in health : theory and financing patterns (English).

Theory identifies three reasons for state action: (i) public goods or services with large externalities (involving efficiency); (ii) poverty (involving equity. public good;Public Goods;public intervention;state intervention;private good;delivery of health care services;water supply and sanitation service;private market;equity. World Bank discussion papers ; no. WDP 339.

Hnp discussion paper. Public and Private Roles in Health. This paper was written primarily for World Bank staff and their colleagues in borrowing countries. Theory and Financing Patterns. Correspondence Details: Philip Musgrove; Fogarty International Center, National Institutes of. Health, Bldg. It summarizes both the theoretical discussion of appropriate public and private roles in health, and factual information about what is spent on health care, how health systems are organized, and which financing mechanisms are used.

Read by Philip Musgrove. and Private Rules in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns (World Bank Discussion Paper). Public and Private Rules in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns (World Bank Discussion Paper). 0821337106 (ISBN13: 9780821337103). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Musgrove P. Public and private roles in health: theory and financing patterns. Washington, DC, The World Bank, 1996 (World Bank Discussion Paper No. 339). 8. London˜ o JL, Frenk J. Structured pluralism: towards an innovative model for health system reform in Latin America. Health Policy, 1997, 41(1): 1–36.

Public Financing - Overview There are at least six different types of spending that may be considered as public financing in Vermont. 1 Public and Private Roles in Health: Theory and Financing Musgrove P; World Bank Discussion Paper 339, 1996. Some are quite obvious, and are usually what comes to mind when people think about public financing, while others are far more subtle. 2 Page 2 of 7 Because of this, we may expand our definition of public dollars to include both tax revenues and non-tax revenues paid to public entities. In the reporting of Medicare and Medicaid revenue and spending below, premiums will be treated as public dollars.

By: Musgrove, Philip. Series: World Bank discussion papers: 33. ublisher: Washington, DC : World Bank, 1996Description: ix, 79 p. : ill. ; 28 c. SBN: 0821337106.

Public and Private Roles in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns. Washington, World Bank. IMF Policy Discussion Paper Fiscal Affairs Department Understanding Fiscal Space1 Prepared by Peter S. Heller March 2005 Funding flows for health: what might the future hold?

Public and Private Roles in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns.

Musgrove, Philip (1996) Public and Private Roles in Health: Theory and Financing Patterns, Health, Nutrition and Population (HNP) Discussion Paper, July 1996, Washington: World Bank. Naito, Jiro (2004) Chugoku no Seihukan Zaisei Kankei no Jittai to Taiou (in Japanese) (The Present State and Handling of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in China), Nihon Tosho Center, Japan. Cite this chapter as: Uchimura H. (2009) What is the Role of Public Finance in Health and How Should It Be Fulfilled?: A Study of China.

Public-Private Partnership (PPP), the paper posits, is therefore an effort where the government of Nigeria .

Public-Private Partnership (PPP), the paper posits, is therefore an effort where the government of Nigeria provides the minimum standards required for coordinated collaboration with private sector, in the case of this study, the health sector. Health Care and Health Economics: Perspectives on Distribution (Chichester, West Sussex, England: John 16 See R. Saltman and J. Figueras (ed., European Health Wiley & Sons, 1998); and E. van Doorslaer, A. Wagstaff, Care Reform: Analysis of Current Strategies (Copenhagen: and F. Rutten (ed., Equity in the Finance and Delivery of WHO, 1997), pp. 213-14.