Affiliation: Stanford University
- Contracting with private providers for primary care services: evidence from urban ChinaYan Wang
Asia Health Policy Program, Walter H, Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, 616 Serra St, Encina Hall E311, Stanford, CA, 94305 6055, USA
Health Econ Rev 3:1. 2013..We discuss why these patterns arose and what policymakers and residents considered to be the main issues and concerns regarding primary care services...
- Comparing public and private hospitals in China: evidence from GuangdongKaren Eggleston
Department of Economics, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
BMC Health Serv Res 10:76. 2010..The purpose of this study is to compare the operations and performance of public and private hospitals in Guangdong Province, China, focusing on differences in patient case-mix and quality of care...
- Pharmaceutical policy in ChinaQiang Sun
Center for Health Management and Policy, Shandong University, in Jinan, People s Republic of China
Health Aff (Millwood) 27:1042-50. 2008..Yet some essential medicines are unavailable or of questionable quality...
- Soft budget constraints in China: evidence from the Guangdong hospital industryKaren Eggleston
Walter H Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, 616 Serra St, Encina Hall E311, Stanford, CA 94305 6055, USA
Int J Health Care Finance Econ 9:233-42. 2009....
- The net value of health care for patients with type 2 diabetes, 1997 to 2005Karen N Eggleston
Stanford University Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, Encina Hall E301, Stanford, CA 94305 6055, USA
Ann Intern Med 151:386-93. 2009..The net economic value of increased health care spending remains unclear, especially for chronic diseases...
- The global challenge of antimicrobial resistance: insights from economic analysisKaren Eggleston
Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305, USA
Int J Environ Res Public Health 7:3141-9. 2010..We also discuss integrating antimicrobial stewardship into global health governance...
- The effect of soft budget constraints on access and quality in hospital careYu Chu Shen
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA
Int J Health Care Finance Econ 9:211-32. 2009..We find that hospitals with softer budget constraints are less likely to shut down safety net services. In addition, hospitals with softer budget constraints appear to have better mortality outcomes for elderly heart attack patients...
- Hospital ownership and quality of care: what explains the different results in the literature?Karen Eggleston
Walter H Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
Health Econ 17:1345-62. 2008..The 'true' effect of ownership appears to depend on institutional context, including differences across regions, markets, and over time...
- Health service delivery in China: a literature reviewKaren Eggleston
UCLA International Institute, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Health Econ 17:149-65. 2008..Other elements of 'active purchasing' by insurers could further improve outcomes. Rigorous evaluations, based on richer micro-level data, could considerably strengthen the evidence base for service delivery policy in China...