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Volume 13, issue 3-4, 2018

Canadian medicare: historical reflections, future directions pp. 219-225 Downloads
Colleen M. Flood, Greg Marchildon and Gail Paech
Space, place and (waiting) time: reflections on health policy and politics pp. 226-250 Downloads
Sally Sheard
Can history improve big bang health reform? Commentary pp. 251-262 Downloads
Gregory P. Marchildon
Bitter pills: the impact of medicare on mental health pp. 263-279 Downloads
Erika Dyck
Medicare and the care of First Nations, Métis and Inuit pp. 280-298 Downloads
Josée G. Lavoie
Pharmaceutical policy reform in Canada: lessons from history pp. 299-322 Downloads
Katherine Boothe
Expanding Canadian Medicare to include a national pharmaceutical benefit while controlling expenditures: possible lessons from Israel pp. 323-343 Downloads
Bruce Rosen
Expanding the breadth of Medicare: learning from Australia pp. 344-368 Downloads
Stephen Duckett
Why policy needs history (and historians) pp. 369-381 Downloads
Virginia Berridge
The impact of slow economic growth on health sector reform: a cross-national perspective pp. 382-405 Downloads
Richard B. Saltman
Rising inequality and the implications for the future of private insurance in Canada pp. 406-432 Downloads
Mark Stabile and Maripier Isabelle
A successful Charter challenge to medicare? Policy options for Canadian provincial governments pp. 433-449 Downloads
Colleen M. Flood and Bryan Thomas
Doctors as Stewards of medicare, or not: CAMSI, MRG, CDM, DRHC and the thin alphabet soup of physician support pp. 450-474 Downloads
Jacalyn Duffin
Nurses as change agents for a better future in health care: the politics of drift and dilution pp. 475-491 Downloads
Anne M. Rafferty
Competition in health care: lessons from the English experience pp. 492-508 Downloads
Carol Propper

Volume 13, issue 02, 2018

Creating a ‘hostile environment for migrants’: the British government’s use of health service data to restrict immigration is a very bad idea pp. 107-117 Downloads
Lucinda Hiam, Sarah Steele and Martin McKee
The Norwegian National Council for Priority Setting in Health Care: decisions and justifications pp. 118-136 Downloads
Gry Wester and Berit Bringedal
Who’s afraid of institutionalizing health technology assessment (HTA)?: Interests and policy positions on HTA in the Czech Republic pp. 137-161 Downloads
Olga Löblová
Involving citizens in disinvestment decisions: what do health professionals think? Findings from a multi-method study in the English NHS pp. 162-188 Downloads
Tom Daniels, Iestyn Williams, Stirling Bryan, Craig Mitton and Suzanne Robinson
What should health insurance cover? A comparison of Israeli and US approaches to benefit design under national health reform pp. 189-208 Downloads
Rachel Nissanholtz Gannot, David P. Chinitz and Sara Rosenbaum
‘Fair innings’ in the face of ageing and demographic change pp. 209-217 Downloads
Nisha C. Hazra, Martin C. Gulliford and Caroline Rudisill

Volume 13, issue 01, 2018

The state of American health care: November 2016 to November 2020, a look forward pp. 1-9 Downloads
Theodore Marmor and Michael K. Gusmano
The efficiency of the local health systems: investigating the roles of health administrations and health care providers pp. 10-32 Downloads
Laura Anselmi, Mylène Lagarde and Kara Hanson
Adopting new medical technologies in Russian hospitals: what causes inefficiency? (qualitative study) pp. 33-49 Downloads
Sergey Shishkin and Liudmila Zasimova
Outsourcing day surgery to private for-profit hospitals: the price effects of competitive tendering pp. 50-67 Downloads
Terje P. Hagen, Geir Hiller Holom and Kebebew N. Amayu
The incidence of health financing in South Africa: findings from a recent data set pp. 68-91 Downloads
John E. Ataguba and Di McIntyre
Legal advocacy as a tool to advance Roma Health pp. 92-105 Downloads
Tamar Ezer, Alphia Abdikeeva and Martin McKee

Volume 12, issue 04, 2017

Health care and health innovation in Europe: regulating for public benefit or for commercial profit? pp. 403-409 Downloads
Warren-Jones, Amanda
Health equality, social justice and the poverty of autonomy pp. 411-433 Downloads
Christopher Newdick
Innovation, informed consent, health research and the Supreme Court: Montgomery v Lanarkshire – a brave new world? pp. 435-452 Downloads
Jean V. Mchale
Healthcare innovation and patent law’s ‘pharmaceutical privilege’: is there a pharmaceutical privilege? And if so, should we remove it? pp. 453-470 Downloads
Graham Dutfield
Regulatory theory: commercially sustainable markets rely upon satisfying the public interest in obtaining credible goods pp. 471-493 Downloads
Warren-Jones, Amanda
Legal and organisational innovation in the Italian pharmacy system: commercial vs public interest pp. 495-513 Downloads
Alceste Santuari

Volume 12, issue 03, 2017

A place in the sun? Healthcare rights of retired UK citizens in Spain post-Brexit pp. 297-307 Downloads
Cayon- De Las Cuevas, Joaquin and Tamara Hervey
Democratic transitions, health institutions, and financial protection in the emerging economies: insights from Asia pp. 309-323 Downloads
Eduardo J. Gómez
Contested evidence: a Dutch reimbursement decision taken to court pp. 325-344 Downloads
Floortje Moes, Eddy Houwaart, Diana Delnoij and Klasien Horstman
Health plan choice in the Netherlands: restrictive health plans preferred by young and healthy individuals pp. 345-362 Downloads
Romy E. Bes, Emile C. Curfs, Peter P. Groenewegen and Judith D. de Jong
The determinants of defensive medicine practices in Belgium pp. 363-386 Downloads
Tom Vandersteegen, Wim Marneffe, Irina Cleemput, Dominique Vandijck and Lode Vereeck
Identifying health system value dimensions: more than health gain? pp. 387-400 Downloads
Costa-Font, Joan, Azusa Sato and Joan Rovira Forns
Contested evidence: a Dutch reimbursement decision taken to court – CORRIGENDUM pp. 401-401 Downloads
Floortje Moes, Eddy Houwaart, Diana Delnoij and Klasien Horstman

Volume 12, issue 02, 2017

Global health financing towards 2030 and beyond pp. 105-111 Downloads
Trygve Ottersen, David B. Evans, Elias Mossialos and John-Arne Røttingen
An Indian perspective on the challenges in global health financing pp. 113-116 Downloads
K. Sujatha Rao
Health financing seen from the global level: beyond the use of gross national income pp. 117-120 Downloads
Mark Dybul
Global health financing and the need for a data revolution pp. 121-124 Downloads
Joseph L. Dieleman and Annie Haakenstad
What level of domestic government health expenditure should we aspire to for universal health coverage? pp. 125-137 Downloads
Di Mcintyre, Filip Meheus and John-Arne Røttingen
Raising more domestic money for health: prospects for low- and middle-income countries pp. 139-157 Downloads
Riku Elovainio and David B. Evans
Fiscal space for domestic funding of health and other social services pp. 159-177 Downloads
Filip Meheus and Di McIntyre
Framing the tax and health nexus: a neglected aspect of public health concern pp. 179-194 Downloads
David Mccoy, Simukai Chigudu and Taavi Tillmann
Global public goods for health: weaknesses and opportunities in the global health system pp. 195-205 Downloads
Suerie Moon, John-Arne Røttingen and Julio Frenk
Development assistance for health: critiques, proposals and prospects for change pp. 207-221 Downloads
Suerie Moon and Oluwatosin Omole
Development assistance for health: what criteria do multi- and bilateral funders use? pp. 223-244 Downloads
Trygve Ottersen, Aparna Kamath, Suerie Moon, Lene Martinsen and John-Arne Røttingen
Distributing development assistance for health: simulating the implications of 11 criteria pp. 245-263 Downloads
Trygve Ottersen, Suerie Moon and John-Arne Røttingen
The challenge of middle-income countries to development assistance for health: recipients, funders, both or neither? pp. 265-284 Downloads
Trygve Ottersen, Suerie Moon and John-Arne Røttingen
Towards a coherent global framework for health financing: recommendations and recent developments pp. 285-296 Downloads
Trygve Ottersen, Riku Elovainio, David B. Evans, David McCoy, Di Mcintyre, Filip Meheus, Suerie Moon, Gorik Ooms and John-Arne Røttingen

Volume 12, issue 01, 2017

The regulation of competition in the National Health Service (NHS): what difference has the Health and Social Care Act 2012 made? pp. 1-19 Downloads
Marie Sanderson, Pauline Allen and Dorota Osipovic
Complementary logics of target-setting: hierarchist and experimentalist governance in the Scottish National Health Service pp. 21-41 Downloads
Laura Schang and Alec Morton
The European Union Joint Procurement Agreement for cross-border health threats: what is the potential for this new mechanism of health system collaboration? pp. 43-59 Downloads
Azzopardi-Muscat, Natasha, Schroder-Bäck, Peter and Helmut Brand
The double-edged sword of corporatisation in the hospital sector: evidence from Indonesia pp. 61-80 Downloads
Asri Maharani and Gindo Tampubolon
The United States confronts Ebola: suasion, executive action and fragmentation pp. 81-104 Downloads
Scott L. Greer and Phillip M. Singer
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