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No. 51: Wait times for elective treatments according to insurance status
No. 50: Voluntary Private Health Insurance Among the Over 50s in Europe
No. 49: Cream skimming and hospital transfers in a mixed public-private system
No. 48: Noninsured services provided with insured cataract surgery in Canada: ensuring transparent and fair treatment of patients.
No. 47: Looking Beyond Income and Education
No. 46: Voluntary Health Insurance In The European Union: A Critical Assessment
No. 45: Activity-Based Funding of Hospitals and Its Impact on Mortality, Readmission, Discharge Destination, Severity of Illness, and Volume of Care: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
No. 44: Comparison of Hospital Administrative Costs in Eight Nations
No. 43: Inequitable Access to Elective Surgery in New Zealand’s Two-Tier System
No. 42: Two studies demonstrate the effect of co-payments on medication adherence
No. 41: How OECD countries measure and report wait times: an exercise in incomparability
No. 40: Do private clinics or expedited fees reduce wait- or return-to-work times for injured workers following knee surgery?
No. 39: Rising private health care expenditures among Canadian families
No. 38: Effect of physician hospital ownership on inpatient cardiology practice in the United States
No. 37: The influence of physician ownership on practice in U.S. ambulatory surgical centres
No. 36: Canadians’ Views about Health System Performance
No. 35: Does the Aging of the Population Really Drive the Demand for Health Care?
No. 34: Will paying the piper change the tune?