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1946 8
1947 9
1948 2
1949 3
1950 22
1951 26
1952 33
1953 21
1954 27
1955 21
1956 14
1957 11
1958 16
1959 10
1960 11
1961 6
1962 14
1963 18
1964 18
1965 53
1966 53
1967 140
1968 222
1969 308
1970 275
1971 271
1972 283
1973 263
1974 365
1975 448
1976 349
1977 287
1978 409
1979 449
1980 305
1981 289
1982 306
1983 356
1984 393
1985 454
1986 427
1987 518
1988 541
1989 514
1990 518
1991 621
1992 652
1993 769
1994 881
1995 1104
1996 1032
1997 1302
1998 1254
1999 890
2000 749
2001 800
2002 855
2003 839
2004 881
2005 713
2006 652
2007 668
2008 554
2009 543
2010 610
2011 587
2012 625
2013 683
2014 740
2015 674
2016 670
2017 607
2018 538
2019 240
2020 4
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The 8 basic payment methods in health care
Quinn K. Ann Intern Med 2015. PMID 26259075
Each method is defined by the unit of payment (per time period, beneficiary, recipient, episode, day, service, dollar of cost, or dollar of charges). ...Financial risk gradually shifts from being primarily on providers when payment is per time period to being primarily on payers when payment is per dollar of charges. ...
Each method is defined by the unit of payment (per time period, beneficiary, recipient, episode, day, service, dollar of cost, or dollar of …
The recommodification of healthcare? A case study of user charges and inequalities in access to healthcare in Sweden 1980-2005.
Farrants K, et al. Health Policy 2017. PMID 27890395
This study investigates whether the increase in user charges had an impact on educational inequalities in access to healthcare in Sweden between 1980 and 2005. ...This is an important caveat for other countries that are considering introducing or raising user charges....
This study investigates whether the increase in user charges had an impact on educational inequalities in access to healthcare in Swe …
User fees and drug pricing policies: a study at Harare Central Hospital, Zimbabwe.
Chisadza E, et al. Health Policy Plan 1995. PMID 10151850
The system of user fees in public health care, aimed to 'protect and support the vulnerable groups' by exemption or incremental fees based on 4 income brackets. ...Mean charges were determined for each fee category and revenue from drug charges was analyzed in relation to purchase cost to determine the gross profit. 31% of patients were exempted from all fees upon proof of monthly earnings of less than Z$150 (Z$5 = US$1). ...
The system of user fees in public health care, aimed to 'protect and support the vulnerable groups' by exemption or incremental fe
Caveat Emptor: Predatory Publishers, Rogue Journals, and the Potential Corruption of Addiction Science
Babor TF and Ward JH. J Stud Alcohol Drugs 2018. PMID 30079864
The name predatory publisher has been applied by academic librarian Jeffrey Beall to describe an open-access, scholarly publishing business model in which publication fees are charged to authors without providing the editorial judgment, peer-review process, and publishing services associated with more established journals. ...
The name predatory publisher has been applied by academic librarian Jeffrey Beall to describe an open-access, scholarly publishing business …
What about austerity?
Pairman JS. Br Dent J 2014. PMID 25256966
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