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OECD Health Policy Studies
Waiting Time Policies in the Health Sector
What Works?
Edited by Luigi Siciliani, Michael Borowitz, Valerie Moran. Published by : OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  19 fév 2013
Pages: 324 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264179066 , Code OCDE: 812012091P1
Prix:   €95 | $133 | £85 | ¥12300 | MXN1710 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Over the past decade, many OECD countries have introduced new policies to tackle excessive waiting times for elective surgery with some success. However, in the wake of the recent economic downturn and severe pressures on public budgets, waiting times times may rise again, and it is important to understand which policies work.  In addition, the European Union has introduced new regulations to allow patients to seek care in other member states, if there are long delays in treatment.   This book provides a framework to understand why there are waiting lists for elective surgery in some OECD countries and not in others. It also describes how waiting times are measured in OECD countries, which differ widely, and makes recommendations for best practice. Finally, it reviews different policy approaches to tackling excessive waiting times. Some countries have introduced guarantees to patients that they will not wait too long for treatment. These policies work only if they are accompanied by sanctions on health providers to ensure the guarantee is met or if they allow greater choice of health-care providers including the private sector. Many countries have also introduced policies to expand supply of surgical services, but these policies have generally not succeeded in the long-term in bringing down waiting times. Given the increasing demand for elective surgery, some countries have experimented with policies to improve priorisation of who is entitled to elective surgery. These policies are promising, but difficult to implement.

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PART I. OVERVIEW
Chapter 1. Waiting times for health care: A conceptual framework
by Michael Borowitz, Valerie Moran and Luigi Siciliani
Chapter 2. Measuring waiting times across OECD countries by Luigi Siciliani, Michael Borowitz, Valerie Moran and Huw Dixon
Chapter 3. A review of waiting times policies in 13 OECD countries by Michael Borowitz, Valerie Moran and Luigi Siciliani
PART II. REVIEW OF WAITING TIME POLICIES: COUNTRY CASE STUDIES 
Chapter 4. Australia by Meliyanni Johar, Glenn Jones, Elizabeth Savage, Anurag Sharma and Antony Harris
Chapter 5. Canada by John J. McGurran
Chapter 6. Denmark by Terkel Christiansen and Mickael Bech
Chapter 7. Finland by Pia Maria Jonsson, Pirjo Häkkinen, Jutta Järvelin and Jukka Kärkkäinen
Chapter 8. Ireland by Valerie Moran, Charles Normand and Alan Smith
Chapter 9. Italy by Giovanni Fattore, Giuliano Mariotti and Vincenzo Rebba
Chapter 10. The Netherlands by Frederik T. Schut and Marco Varkevisser
Chapter 11. New Zealand by Jacqueline Cumming
Chapter 12. Norway by Jan Erik Askildsen, Tor Iversen and Oddvar Kaarbo
Chapter 13. Portugal by Pedro Pita Barros, Rita Cristovæ#163;o and Pedro Andrade Gomes
Chapter 14. Spain  by Manuel García-Goñi and Joan Costa-Font
Chapter 15. Sweden by UlrikaWinblad and Marianne Hanning
Chapter 16. United Kingdom by Peter C. Smith and Matt Sutton

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