Social Health Insurance Systems in Western Europe

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Acknowledgements

The editors are indebted to numerous people who generously gave of their time and knowledge to this project. Major contributions were made by our chapter authors, in their own chapters and also with their comments and suggestions at the authors’ workshop in Storkow, Germany on 6–7 October 2001. Additional policy experts at that workshop included Philip Berman, Geert Jan Hamilton, Michael Hübel, Manfred Huber, Nick Jennett, Ralf Kocher, Xenia Scheil-Adlung, Michel Yahiel and Herbert Zöllner. We especially thank the German Federation of Company-based Sickness Funds (BKK-Bundesverband) and the Federation of General Regional Sickness Funds (AOK-Bundesverband) for their generous support by funding the workshop.

We are indebted for generous assistance with data and fact-checking to a substantial number of staff in national ministries of health and in OECD and WHO. Special thanks are owed to: Valérie Meftah (French Social Security representative in Brussels), Carmel Shalev (Gertner Institute for Health Policy, Israel), Willy Storm-Gravesteyn, Lia Vermeulen, Saskia van Eck (Dutch Ministry of Public Health, Welfare and Sport), Gabriel Sottas (Swiss Federal Office of Social Insurance), Jean-Marie Feider, Jean-Marie Rossler (Union of Sickness Funds, Luxembourg), Manfred Pöltl (Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Security, Generations and Consumer protection), Louis Van Damme (National Institute for Sickness and Invalidity Insurance, Belgium) and Anne-Kathrin Haas (AOK-Bundesverband). We are also grateful to representatives of several associations, including Delice Gan (International Diabetes Federation). Valuable comments on an early draft of Part One were provided by five external reviewers: Gabi Ben Nun, Geert Jan Hamilton, Aad de Roo, Michel Yahiel

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