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Health Economics, Policy and Law

2006 - 2021

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Volume 16, issue 3, 2021

Trump v. The ACA pp. 251-255 Downloads
Michael K. Gusmano, Michael S. Sparer and Lawrence D. Brown
Challenges to sovereign ambitions: forces of convergence and divergence within the global pharmaceutical sector and the UK's withdrawal from the European Union pp. 256-272 Downloads
John S. F. Wright and Dimitrios Doukas
Cooperation amongst insurers on enhancing quality of care: precondition or substitute for competition? pp. 273-289 Downloads
Karel C. F. Stolper, Lieke H.H.M. Boonen, Frederik T. Schut and Marco Varkevisser
Assessing the potential impact on health of the UK's future relationship agreement with the EU: analysis of the negotiating positions pp. 290-307 Downloads
Nick Fahy, Tamara Hervey, Mark Dayan, Mark Flear, Mike Galsworthy, Scott Greer, Holly Jarman and Martin McKee
Tort reform: do details matter? pp. 308-324 Downloads
Rachel G. Childers
The constitutional economics of the World Health Organization pp. 325-339 Downloads
Eric C. Ip
Explaining system-level change in welfare governance: the role of policy indeterminacy and concatenations of social mechanisms pp. 340-354 Downloads
Edoardo Ongaro and Francesco Longo
Mandatory reporting legislation in Canada: improving systems for patient safety? pp. 355-370 Downloads
C. Milligan, S. Allin, M. Farr, E. Farmanova, A. Peckham, J. Byrd, R. Misfeldt, G. R. Baker and G. P. Marchildon
Expanding health care coverage in Canada: a dramatic shift in the debate pp. 371-377 Downloads
Gregory P. Marchildon and Carolyn H. Tuohy

Volume 16, issue 2, 2021

The ‘Netflix plus model’: can subscription financing improve access to medicines in low- and middle-income countries? pp. 113-123 Downloads
Avi Cherla, Natasha Howard and Elias Mossialos
Regulating private medical institutions: a case study of China pp. 124-137 Downloads
Ziyu Liu
Exploring differences between private and public prices in the English care homes market pp. 138-153 Downloads
Stephen Allan, Katerina Gousia and Julien Forder
Physicians' attitudes towards accelerated access to medicines pp. 154-169 Downloads
Jessica Pace, Ian Kerridge, Sallie Pearson and Wendy Lipworth
Double-edged sword of federalism: variation in essential health benefits for mental health and substance use disorder coverage in states pp. 170-182 Downloads
Charley E. Willison, Phillip M. Singer and Kyle L. Grazier
Explaining health system responses to public reporting of cardiac surgery mortality in England and the USA pp. 183-200 Downloads
Mark Exworthy, Jon Gabe, Ian Rees Jones and Glenn Smith
State strategies to address medicaid prescription spending: negotiated pricing vs price transparency pp. 201-215 Downloads
Shihyun Noh, Christian L. Janousek and Ji Hyung Park
Preserving social equity in marketized primary care: strategies in Sweden pp. 216-231 Downloads
Ulrika Winblad, David Isaksson and Paula Blomqvist
Changes in the balance between formal and informal care supply in England between 2001 and 2011: evidence from census data pp. 232-249 Downloads
Valentina Zigante, Jose-Luis Fernandez and Fernanda Mazzotta

Volume 15, issue 4, 2020

Health care and the future of economic growth: exploring alternative perspectives pp. 419-439 Downloads
Martin Hensher, John Tisdell, Ben Canny and Craig Zimitat
Re-thinking unmet need for health care: introducing a dynamic perspective pp. 440-457 Downloads
Samantha Smith and Sheelah Connolly
An analysis of the development assistance for health (DAH) allocations for STD control in Africa pp. 458-476 Downloads
Fumitaka Furuoka, Mohammad Zahirul Hoque, Ray Jacob and Patrick Ziegenhain
HPV vaccine status and sexual behavior among young sexually-active women in the US: evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2007–2014 pp. 477-495 Downloads
Andrew J. Leidner, Harrell W. Chesson and Makram Talih
Shifting threats and rhetoric: how Republican governors framed Medicaid expansion pp. 496-508 Downloads
Phillip M. Singer and Michael Rozier
The resolution process and the timing of settlement of medical malpractice claims pp. 509-529 Downloads
Samantha Bielen, Peter Grajzl and Wim Marneffe

Volume 15, issue 3, 2020

Transforming health care: the policy and politics of service reconfiguration in the UK's four health systems pp. 289-307 Downloads
Ellen Stewart, Scott L. Greer, Angelo Ercia and Peter D. Donnelly
The regulation of competition and procurement in the National Health Service 2015–2018: enduring hierarchical control and the limits of juridification pp. 308-324 Downloads
Dorota Osipovič, Pauline Allen, Marie Sanderson, Valerie Moran and Kath Checkland
Getting involved: the extent and impact of patient and public involvement in the Swedish health system pp. 325-340 Downloads
Mio Fredriksson and Jonathan Tritter
Does managed competition constrain hospitals' contract prices? Evidence from the Netherlands pp. 341-354 Downloads
Rudy Douven, Monique Burger and Frederik Schut
The reimbursement of new medical technologies in German inpatient care: What factors explain which hospitals receive innovation payments? pp. 355-369 Downloads
Patricia Ex, Verena Vogt, Reinhard Busse and Cornelia Henschke
Paradigms in operation: explaining pharmaceutical benefit assessment outcomes in England and Germany pp. 370-385 Downloads
Katharina Kieslich
Why do health technology assessment drug reimbursement recommendations differ between countries? A parallel convergent mixed methods study pp. 386-402 Downloads
Elena Nicod, Laia Maynou, Erica Visintin and John Cairns
Quality improvement in hospitals in the Russian Federation, 2000–2016: a systematic review pp. 403-413 Downloads
Vasiliy V. Vlassov, Katie Bates and Martin McKee
Response to Rudolf Klein pp. 414-415 Downloads
Carolyn Hughes Tuohy
The regulation of competition and procurement in the National Health Service 2015–2018: enduring hierarchical control and the limits of juridification – ADDENDUM pp. 416-416 Downloads
Dorota Osipovič, Pauline Allen, Marie Sanderson, Valerie Moran and Kath Checkland
Quality improvement in hospitals in the Russian Federation, 2000–2016: a systematic review – ADDENDUM pp. 417-417 Downloads
Vasiliy V. Vlassov, Katie Bates and Martin McKee

Volume 15, issue 2, 2020

The implementation of European Union (EU) rules on cross-border care: moving towards convergence? pp. 141-159 Downloads
Zuzana Nordeng and Frode Veggeland
Integration vs separation in the provision of health care: 24 OECD countries compared pp. 160-172 Downloads
Federico Toth
Coverage mandates and market dynamics: employer, insurer and patient responses to parity laws pp. 173-195 Downloads
Robert A. Nathenson
Opening the black box of diagnosis-related groups (DRGs): unpacking the technical remuneration structure of the Dutch DRG system pp. 196-209 Downloads
Sam van Herwaarden, Iris Wallenburg, Joris Messelink and Roland Bal
When do people choose to be informed? Predictors of information-seeking in the choice of primary care provider in Sweden pp. 210-224 Downloads
Caroline Hoffstedt, Magnus Fredriksson, Lenhoff, HÃ¥kan and Ulrika Winblad
Who knows best? Older people’s and practitioner contributions to understanding and preventing avoidable hospital admissions pp. 225-246 Downloads
Jon Glasby, Rosemary Littlechild, Nick Le Mesurier and Rachel Thwaites
Should performance-based incentives be used to motivate health care providers? Views of health sector managers in Cambodia, China and Pakistan pp. 247-260 Downloads
Mishal Khan, Imara Roychowdhury, Ankita Meghani, Farah Hashmani, Josephine Borghi and Marco Liverani
Political party ambitions and type-2 diabetes policy in Brazil and Mexico pp. 261-276 Downloads
Gómez, Eduardo J.
Addressing perceived economic obstacles to genetic testing as a way to mitigate disparities in family health history for adoptees pp. 277-287 Downloads
Thomas May and James P. Evans

Volume 15, issue 1, 2020

The National Health Service (NHS) in ‘crisis’: the role played by a shift from horizontal to vertical principles of equity pp. 1-17 Downloads
Sheena Asthana and Alex Gibson
Fairness in drug prices: do economists think differently from the public? pp. 18-29 Downloads
Antonio J. Trujillo, Taruja Karmarkar, Caleb Alexander, William Padula, Jeremy Greene and Gerard Anderson
Access to treatment and the constitutional right to health in Germany: a triumph of hope over evidence? pp. 30-42 Downloads
Stefanie Ettelt
Access to health care in post-apartheid South Africa: availability, affordability, acceptability pp. 43-55 Downloads
Ronelle Burger and Carmen Christian
Is universal and uniform health insurance better for China? Evidence from the perspective of supply-induced demand pp. 56-71 Downloads
Jianxing Yu, Yue Qiu and Ziying He
Willingness to pay for improved public health care services in Saudi Arabia: a contingent valuation study among heads of Saudi households pp. 72-93 Downloads
Mohammed K. Al-Hanawi, Omar Alsharqi and Kirit Vaidya
Value-based provider payment: towards a theoretically preferred design pp. 94-112 Downloads
Cattel, Daniëlle, Frank Eijkenaar and Frederik T. Schut
Attitudes of health professionals concerning bedside rationing criteria: a survey from Portugal pp. 113-127 Downloads
Micaela Pinho and Pedro Veiga
Health economics methods for public health resource allocation: a qualitative interview study of decision makers from an English local authority pp. 128-140 Downloads
Emma Frew and Katie Breheny
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