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    Examining the impacts of accountable care organizations on patient experience, population health and costs

    Strengthening Ontario’s health system is important for achieving the triple aim outcomes of: 1) improving the patient experience of care; 2) improving population health; and 3) keeping per capita costs of healthcare manageable.(3-4) Strengthening the system is particularly important for patients with c...

    Examining capital acquisition models for advanced diagnostic imaging

    Total expenditure on health and long-term care is rising across Canada and is predicted to continue rising over the next decade.(1) The increased need for public resources to be allocated to this sector is straining government budgets and represents a major area of public concern.(1) This strain is felt ...

    Health care outside hospital: accessing generalist and specialist care in 8 countries

    The delivery of health care is changing. While the acute hospital will always play a key role in the provision of health care, reflecting its important role in training and research, as well as its capacity to manage complex and severe disorders, in many countries there is an increasing interest in the s...

    Funding health care: options for Europe

    Health care systems face ever changing and often competing demands for resources. For a health care system to be sustainable it must be able to pay for investment in buildings and equipment, training and remuneration of personnel and for drugs and other consumables. How these financial resources are gene...

    SUPPORT Tools for evidence-informed health Policymaking (STP) 12: finding and using research evidence about resource use and costs

    In this article, we address considerations about resource use and costs. The consequences of a policy or programme option for resource use differ from other impacts (both in terms of benefits and harms) in several ways. However, considerations of the consequences of options for resource use are similar t...