A Comparative Analysis of Health Forecasting Methods
Roberto Astolfi (),
Luca Lorenzoni and
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Luca Lorenzoni: OECD
Jillian Oderkirk: OECD
No 59, OECD Health Working Papers from OECD Publishing
Concerns about health expenditure growth and its long-term sustainability have stimulated the development of health expenditure forecasting models in many OECD countries. This comparative analysis reviewed 25 models that were developed by, or used for, policy analysis by OECD member countries and other international organisations...
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