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Societal views in the Netherlands on active disinvestment of publicly funded healthcare interventions

A.H. Rotteveel, V.T. Reckers-Droog, M.S. Lambooij, G.A. de Wit and Job van Exel ()

Social Science & Medicine, 2021, vol. 272, issue C

Abstract: To obtain public support for the active disinvestment (i.e. policy decision to stop reimbursement) of healthcare interventions, it is important to have insight in what the public thinks about disinvestment and which considerations they find relevant in this context. Currently, evidence on relevant considerations in the disinvestment context is limited. Therefore, this study aimed to explore the societal views in the Netherlands on the active disinvestment of healthcare interventions and obtain insight into the considerations that are relevant for those holding the different views.

Keywords: Disinvestment; Health technology reassessment; Societal viewpoints; Considerations; Reimbursement; Q-methodology; Mixed methods; The Netherlands (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.113708

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