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Challenging Health Care System Sustainability: Understanding Health System Performance of Leading Countries

The Conference Board of Canada, 114 pages, June 30, 2004
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Challenging Health Care System Sustainability: Understanding Health System Performance of Leading Countries is a follow-up to the Conference Board’s Understanding Health Care Cost Drivers and Escalators report released in March 2004. The report provides insights for key decision-makers on the performance, productivity and management practices of health care in Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, France, Australia and New Zealand.

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Challenging Health Care System Sustainability: Understanding Health System Performance of Leading Countries is a follow-up to the Conference Board’s Understanding Health Care Cost Drivers and Escalators report released in March 2004. The report provides insights for key decision-makers on the performance, productivity and management practices of health care in Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, France, Australia and New Zealand. The examination of best practices reveals that all top-performing countries share certain characteristics. They have strong and dedicated leaders, willing to make tough decisions and focus on critical issues in order to continually improve health care. Their health care workers are dedicated, flexible and motivated and they are willing to accept decisions that balance their own objectives with legitimate public interest. The report also found that the public in each of these countries is engaged in improving personal health and has realistic expectations of which health services the health system can provide.

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