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by Tony Harrison,Claire Mundle,Anna Dixon

Author: Tony Harrison,Claire Mundle,Anna Dixon
Subcategory: Administration & Medicine Economics
Publisher: King's Fund (November 3, 2011)
Pages: 44 pages
Category: Medicine
Rating: 4.6
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Healthcare rationing in the United States exists in various forms.

Claire Mundle Monitor may fail to fulfil its new responsibilities as the economic regulator for health care unless the government provides greater clarity about its role, according to a new report.

Can we learn anything from the experience of economic regulation in other sectors? Economic regulation was originally set up to regulate natural monopolies in the interests of consumers and to promote competition where appropriate. Monitor may fail to fulfil its new responsibilities as the economic regulator for health care unless the government provides greater clarity about its role, according to a new report, Economic regulation in health care: What can we learn from other regulators? from The King's Fund. Anna Dixon: Monitor and the challenges of regulating the NHS.

Economic regulation in health care What can we learn from other regulators ?. .n The coalition government has proposed giving extended powers to Monitor to act as a regulator for the health care sector.

Economic regulation in health care What can we learn from other regulators ? Anna Dixon, Tony V. Harrison, Claire Mundle. It will be responsible for price-setting, tackling anti-competitiv. More).

Dr Anna Dixon explains Monitor's new responsibilites and looks at the challenges it faces in regulating the .

Dr Anna Dixon explains Monitor's new responsibilites and looks at the challenges it faces in regulating the NHS. While there are some clear advantages for having a specialist regulator of health, there are also a number of factors that will make Monitor's role very complicated. This interview draws on our publication on regulation, Economic regulation in health care: What can we learn from other regulators? For more information go to: ww. ingsfund. uk/multimedia/mo. gulation.

Economic regulation in health care What can we learn from other regulators? Anna Dixon, Tony Harrison, Claire Mundle The Kings Fund UK.

While the title is Health Care Regulation in America, this book is about .

While the title is Health Care Regulation in America, this book is about much more than how health care is regulated. It traces the complex interrelationships among providers, payers, consumers and patients from historical and policy perspectives. The prose is less that of a textbook writer and more that of a storyteller. The historical perspective is the key - in healthcare, as in many other areas, context helps understanding, and understanding affects relationships and the potential for future change.

2 The appeal of competition Market-oriented approaches health care an important . What can China learn from Hungarian healthcare reform?

2 The appeal of competition Market-oriented approaches health care an important reform model Competition in rest of the economy argued to promote growth Simple political appeal in heavily regulated healthcare markets with low productivity growth But consolidation in US markets has led to questions about functioning of markets in health care Is competition useful in healthcare? . Regulation of Hospitals: Lessons from the Past and Implications for the Future Frank A. Sloan Presentation for: Health Care Cost Management in Massachusetts Series Brandeis University September 5, 2008. What can China learn from Hungarian healthcare reform?

And I think that with nationalized health care, it will allow women to have coverage to have children and then . Shiloh: Well, it sounds to me like maybe you are talking more about health insurance reform instead of healthcare reform, because there's a big difference.

And I think that with nationalized health care, it will allow women to have coverage to have children and then their children to be covered, in case, you know, the parents are unemployed or something happens in the family. So, I think, in those respects, it's a positive, but maybe the way, you know, the Republicans and the Democrats kind of gave and took and from each other, that may be, in the end, it became something that there are, you know, causes in the healthcare bill in the US that I didn't necessarily agree with.