The Palgrave International Handbook of Healthcare Policy and Governance

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E. Kuhlmann, R. Blank, I. Bourgeault, C. Wendt
Springer, Jan 18, 2016 - Political Science - 696 pages
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Starting with more general issues of healthcare policy and governance in a global perspective and using the lens of national case studies of healthcare reform, this handbook addresses key themes in the debates over changing healthcare policy.

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Healthcare Policy and Innovation
Global Healthcare Policy and the Austerity Agenda
Healthcare Policy and Finance
Primary Healthcare as a Global Healthcare Concept
Maternity Care as a Global Health Policy Issue
Typologies of Healthcare Systems and Policies
Comparison of Healthcare Systems Performance
Health Worker Migration in Context
Mixed Governance and Healthcare Finance in East Asian
PublicPrivate Partnerships in Healthcare
Financial Incentives and the Governance of Performance
Decentralization and Health System Governance
Leadership and Innovation in Healthcare Governance
Governing Public Hospitals
LongTerm Care Policies

Health Policy Reform in China
Some Critical Concerns
Health Policy Reform in LowIncome and Lower Middle
Health Policy Reform in SubSaharan Africa
Health Policy Reform in South America
Health Policy Reform in North America
Health Policy Reform in the Countries of the Former Soviet
Bernd Rechel
Bringing the Health Workforce Challenge to the Policy
Health Human Resources Policy in Europe
Deploying and Managing Health Human Resources
Clinical Management and Professionalism
Mental Health Policy and Governance
Health Policy and Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Governing Regenerative Medicine
EHealth Policy and Benchmarking in the European Union
Equity in Health Reform
Citizenship and Healthcare Policy
Addressing Violence against Women in Health Policies
Ethnic Minority Groups in Healthcare Governance
European Policies on Healthcare for Undocumented
Ethics of Healthcare Policy and the Concept of Solidarity

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Avni Amin, World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland Ellen Annandale, University of York, United Kingdom Alex E. Asakitikpi, Monash University, South Africa Hurriyet Babacan, University of New England, Australia Elyas Bakhtiari, Boston University, USA Ronald Batenburg, Utrecht University, the Netherlands Cecilia Benoit, University of Victoria, Canada. Olivia Biermann, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden James Warner Björkman, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands Robert H. Blank, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, University of Ottawa, Canada James Buchan, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland Viola Burau, Aarhus University, Denmark Joan Busfield, University of Essex, United Kingdom Alena Buyx, Kiel University, Germany Shou-Hsia Cheng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan Wendy L. Currie, Audencia, School of Management, France Jonathan Cylus, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom Eugene Declercq, Boston University School of Public Health, USA Jean-Louis Denis, École Nationale d'Administration Publique, Montréal, Canada Antonio Durán, Andalusian School of Public Health, Spain Gilles Dussault, Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Lisbon, Portugal Mariana Faria, South American Institute of Government in Health (ISAGS), Brazil Alex Faulkner, University of Sussex, UK Claudia García-Moreno, World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland Robin Gauld, University of Otago, New Zealand Ligia Giovanella, National School of Public Health, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Ensp/Fiocruz), Brazil Narayan Gopalkrishnan, James Cook University, Australia Bradford H. Gray, the Urban Institute, Washington, DC, USA Scott L. Greer, University of Michigan School of Public Health, USA Peter P. Groenewegen, Utrecht University, Netherlands Kathy Hartley, University of Salford, UK Aditi Iyer, Centre for Public Policy, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India Ian Kirkpatrick, Leeds University Business School, United Kingdom Eszter Kismödi, International Human Rights Lawyer, Switzerland Ellen Kuhlmann, TU University Dortmund, Germany Ronald Labonté, University of Ottawa, Canada Christa Larsen, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany Vivian Lin, LaTrobe University in Melbourne, Australia Antonia Maioni, McGill University in Montreal, Canada Theodore R. Marmor, Yale University, USA Elize Massard da Fonseca, Business Administration School of Săo Paulo, Getulio Vargas Foundation (EAESP-FGV), Brazil Margitta Mätzke, University of Linz, Austria Ruth McDonald, Warwick Business School, United Kingdom Susan F. Murray, King's College London, United Kingdom Sigrun Olafsdottir, Boston University, USA Irene Papanicolas, London School of Economics, United Kingdom Rylan H. Parker, University of Ottawa, Canada Emmanuele Pavolini, Macerata University, Italy Barbara Prainsack, King's College London, United Kingdom Bernd Rechel, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom Marc J. Roberts, Harvard School of Public Health, USA Arne Ruckert, University of Ottawa, Canada Mike Saks, University Campus Suffolk, United Kingdom Richard B. Saltman, Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, Atlanta, USA Jane Sandall, King's College, London, UK Jonathan M. Seddon, Audencia, School of Management, France Gita Sen, Harvard School of Public Health, USA Hildegard Theobald, University of Vechta, Germany Göran Tomson, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden Nicolette van Gestel, Tilburg University, Netherlands Ewout van Ginneken, Berlin University of Technology, Germany Edwin van Teijlingen, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom A. Venkat Raman, University of Delhi, India Gianluca Veronesi, University of Leeds, United Kingdom Andrew Webster, University of York, United Kingdom Claus Wendt, Siegen University, Germany Sirpa Wrede, University of Helsinki, Finland Hongwen Zhao, World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland