by Polytechnic of Wales, Department of Management and Legal Studies in Pontypridd .
Written in English
Organized for the Diploma in Management Studies (Health Service), Part II, students.
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The Dutch healthcare system is divided into three compartments: Long-term care for chronic conditions. Basic and essential medical care, from GP visits to short-term hospital stays and specialist appointments or procedures. Supplementary care (e.g. dental care, physiotherapy, cosmetic procedures). Long-term care, including disability costs like. Specifically, the Canadian health care system outperforms the Dutch system in four of twelve measures examined: one of three measures of in-hospital mortality, two of three measures of cancer survival, and one of two measures of primary care performance. The Dynamics of the Dutch Health Care System—A Discourse Analysis1 Kor Grit2and Wilfred Dolfsma3 Erasmus University, Rotterdam Abstract In this article, we analyze recent dynamics of the Dutch health care sector, a hybrid system of public, private and professional elements, in terms of. he Health Systems in Transition (HiT) series consists of country-based reviews that provide a detailed description of a health system and of reform and policy initiatives in progress or under development in a specific country. Each review is produced by country experts in collaboration with the Observatory’s staff.
This analysis of the Dutch health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, healthcare provision, health reforms and health system performance. Most recently, Paul Krugman praised the Dutch system as a potential option for “incremental improvements” to the Affordable Care Act. This interest in the Dutch healthcare reforms is not new. Already in , the Bush administration in its final days sent the Health and Human Services Secretary, Michael Levitt, to study the Dutch and Swiss. Dutch Healthcare System FAQ Dutch healthcare is among the very best in the world, with people having access to the most advanced treatments and preventative care. Below is a list of frequently asked questions concerning Dutch healthcare, prepared by the Dutch Ministry of Health. The Dutch health care system has gone through a long development, with a history that dates back to the eighteenth century. On this page we discuss the origin of health insurance in the Netherlands. The first health insurance. All things considered, the old trade guilds already had a system, which can be seen as the precursor of the modern.
The Dutch like their health care system and feel comfortable with it, polls show, even when things don't go exactly as they want. This is in no small part because they have built a system that reflects national values such as pragmatism and stoicism. Anderszorg (Dutch health insurance) List of Hospitals in the Netherlands; If you’re moving to the Netherlands, healthcare is one area where you won’t have to worry. The system is world-class and affordable for all. This guide will help you find the care and coverage you need when you are there. Dutch healthcare system. The most important difference between medical practice in the Netherlands and that of many other countries, is the predominant role of the huisarts (general practitioner). They act as a gatekeeper to the wider Dutch healthcare system. The Netherlands Health system review. Editorial Board Editor in chief Elias Mossialos, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom Series editors Reinhard Busse, Berlin University of Technology, Germany 8 Assessment of the health care systemFile Size: 4MB.