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Le riforme dei sistemi sanitari ex-socialisti in Europa centro-orientale: un'analisi comparata
Journal Title: SALUTE E SOCIETÀ 
Author/s: Zofia Slonska 
Year:  2006 Issue: Suppl. 1 Language: Italian 
Pages:  18 FullText PDF:  87 KB

The term ‘Central and Eastern Europe’ is a name reserved for those European countries which have emerged after the collapse of the socialistic block and are located between the broadly understood Western Europe and the former Soviet Union. By limiting the focus to those countries unified with the EU only, this paper examines the processes of health care reforms in this area as a natural consequence of the general transformation it has undergone after the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the efforts made by various governments in this region to introduce decentralization, democratization and market mechanisms into the public health care systems in order to reorient them towards prevention, health promotion and primary health care.

Zofia Slonska, in "SALUTE E SOCIETÀ" Suppl. 1/2006, pp. , DOI:

   

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