Social Health Insurance Systems in Western Europe

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Index
Abel-Smith, B., 22, 23, 24, 142
access, 143, 256–7
effects of PHI, 236, 239–40
equity of, 114–15
patient access to providers, 34, 35, 55–8, 61
patients’ rights, 252
regulation to ensure, 59
to social support networks, 93–6
accountability, 34–40, 61, 164–5
accreditation of treatments, 198
actors, pluralism in, 7–8
acute myocardial infarction (AMI), 131
additional non-wage-related revenues, 46
administrative costs, 126–7, 128, 129, 130, 146
adverse selection, 223
age, 115
age-group-specific pay-as-you-go systems, 228–30
Aguzzoli, F., 210
alignment of social arrangements, 293–5
Altenstetter, C., 11, 14, 142
alternative PHI, 227–8, 228–37, 242–3
calculation of premiums vs calculation of contributions, 228–30
market outcome of, 235–7
markets for, 230–5
ambulatory care, 194, 196
choice and ambulatory specialist care, 102–4
patient access to providers, 55–8
see also general practitioners; primary care
amenities, basic, 93–6
Arrow, K., 146
Assous, L., 284, 285
asymmetric information, 207–8
‘atmosphere’, social, 157, 167
Austria, 3, 23, 29, 59, 249, 253, 255
administrative costs, 126–7
benefit decisions, 195–200 passim
cancer screening, 275–6
competition, 172, 182
contracting with physicians, 210, 211, 217, 218
hospitals sector, 212, 213, 218, 219
Industrial Code, 23
LTC, 288, 289, 297
organization and financing, 34–58 passim
payment mechanisms, 217, 218, 219,
220–2
pharmaceuticals sector, 214, 220–2
PHI, 237–8
power of regional sickness funds, 222

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