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1. Pere Ibern me pide que os transmita esto:

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Pere Ibern

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2. REVISTA DE CALIDAD ASISTENCIAL BUSCA EDITOR

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3. PONENCIAS DE WORKSHOP EN LA WEB:
El 4 Diciembre de 2003 se celebr un Workshop sobre "Access to Medicines
and the Financing of Innovations in Health Care" en Washington.
En esta direccion estan accesibles todas las ponencias presentadas:
http://www.earthinstitute.columbia.edu/cgsd/accesstomedicines_papers.html

This workshop was co-sponsored by the Earth Institute and the Consumer
Project on Technology.
Hosted by The Program on Science, Technology, and Global Development
The Earth Institute at Columbia University and the Consumer Project on
Technology, Washington D.C.

LISTA DE PONENCIAS CON TEXTO COMPLETO EN LA WEB:

Henry Grabowski, "Innovation and R&D Incentives for Orphan Drugs and
Neglected Diseases"

James Love, "A New Global Framework for Funding R&D" (PDF)   (PPT
presentation)
Tim Hubbard, "Four Alternatives to the Price System"

Jerome Reichman and Tracy Lewis, "Liability Rules and R&D Investment"

Bruce Lehman, "The Pharmaceutical Industry and the Patent System"

Spring Gombe, "Good Money After Bad: Access to Health and Financing R&D"

Frank Lichtenberg, "The Economic Benefits of Medical Innovation"

Andrew Farlow, "Costs of Monopoly Pricing Under Patent Protection"

Shubham Chaudhuri, "Estimating the Effects of TRIPS in India"

Robert Weissman, "R&D in International Treaties"

Nicoletta Dentico, "Lessons from the Tobacco Control and Landmine
Conventions"

Amy Kapczynski, "Best Practices for Management of Publicly Funded R&D"

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4. WORKING PAPERS RECIENTES DE LA OCDE
Private Health Insurance in Australia: A Case Study (OECD Health Working
Papers No.8) (pdf, 297Kb,English)     View long abstract       16-Dec-2003
Francesca Colombo and Nicole Tapay      Despite universal public insurance
coverage, private health insurance (PHI) covers almost half of the
Australian population - a high coverage rate in comparison with most other
OECD countries.  Reflecting ...
http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/5/54/22364106.pdf
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Health-care systems: lessons from the reform experience (English)
04-Dec-2003
Elizabeth Docteur and Howard Oxley
Economics Department Working Papers 374 by Elizabeth Docteur and Howard
Oxley

This study reviews health-system reforms in OECD countries over the past
several decades and their impact on the following policy goals: ensuring
access to services; improving the quality of care and its outcomes;
allocating an "appropriate" level of resources to health care
(macroeconomic efficiency); and ensuring microeconomic efficiency in
service provision. While nearly all OECD countries have achieved universal
insurance coverage, initiatives to address persistent disparities in
access are now being undertaken in a number of countries. In light of new
evidence of serious problems with health-care quality, many countries have
recently introduced reforms, but it is too soon to generalise as to the
relative effects of alternative approaches. Instruments aimed at cost
control have succeeded in slowing the growth of (particularly public)
health-care spending over the 1980s and 1990s but health-care spending
continues to rise as a share of GDP in most countries. A few countries
have been concerned that spending restrictions have gone too far and hurt
health-system performance. There is some evidence that supply of health
services has become more efficient, particularly in the hospital sector,
but scope for further gains exists. Measures such as better payment
methods have improved the microeconomic incentives facing providers.
However, introducing improved incentives through a more competitive
environment among providers and insurers has proved difficult..

http://www.olis.oecd.org/olis/2003doc.nsf/43bb6130e5e86e5fc12569fa005d004c/
b64eaf1a3e9cf262c1256df300536279/$FILE/JT00155489.PDF
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