Health economics and health policy: Experiences from New Zealand
posted by WM Admin on 22 January 2015
In this paper, the author, Jacqueline Cumming, sets out a framework for thinking about health economics, provides historical background to New Zealand and the New Zealand health system, and discuss examples of how health economics has influenced thinking about the organisation of the health sector and priority setting. She concludes with overall observations about the role of health economics in health policy in New Zealand.
This article is available to download and read in free full text at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40258-014-0149-y
Cumming, J. (2015). Health economics and health policy: Experiences from New Zealand. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 13(3), 281-289