International comparison of minimum volume standards for hospitals
Sabine Gruber and
Health Policy, 2018, vol. 122, issue 11, 1165-1176
Minimum volume standards have been implemented in various countries for quality or safety policies. We present minimum volume standards in an international comparison, focusing on regulatory approaches, selected sets of procedures and thresholds as well as predetermined consequences of non-compliance.
Keywords: Hospitals, high-volume; Specialization; Health policy; Government regulation; Minimum volume standards (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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