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szolgáltatásokért [Patient Payments — Willingness of the Hungarian Population to Pay for Health Care Services]. Esély 4: 106–117. Gulácsi L. “Beteg önrész” Esély

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Järvelin, J. (2002): Health Care Systems in Transition: Finland. European Observatory on Health Care Systems http://www.euro.who.int/document/e74071.pdf Linnakko, E. (2005

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Baji, P. - Pavlova, M. - Gulácsi, L. - Groot, W. (2012a): Changes in Equity in Out-of-pocket Payments during the Period of Health Care Reforms: Evidence from Hungary. International Journal for Equity in Health

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. — Nolte, E. (2004): Health Care Systems in Transition: Ukraine . Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe on behalf of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. Nolte E

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Health Care Services]. Esély 2010/4: 106–117. Gulácsi L. Beteg önrész — a lakosság fizetési hajlandósága az egészségügyi szolgáltatásokért Esély

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Baji, P. — Pavlova, M. — Gulácsi, L. — Groot, W. (2012): Changes in equity in out-of-pocket payments during the period of health care reforms: evidence from Hungary. International Journal of Equity in Health 11

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. (2004): Financing of Health Care Services in Hungary. European Journal of Health Economics 5: 252–258. Kõrösi L. Financing of Health Care Services in Hungary

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. – Goodman , A. – Stano , M. ( 2013 ): The Economics of Health and Health Care. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey : Pearson Education Inc. Ford , E. – Ajani , U. – Croft , J

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. – Brodszky , V. – Loblova , O. – Brodszky , N. – Gulácsi , L. ( 2015 ): The Impact of the Recession on Health Care Expenditure . How does the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia Compare to Other OECD Countries? Society and Economy 37 ( 1

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Authors: Óscar Brito Fernandes, Mukhethwa Netshiombo, László Gulácsi, Niek S. Klazinga, Márta Péntek, and Petra Baji

, expectations and preferences. Moving health care organizations towards patient-centric and value-based care trajectories is aligned with evidence that links the use and dissemination of patient data across health care organizations to steer patient

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