Health care in the Netherlands
This article analyzes Dutch experiences of health care reform - in particular in primary care - with emphasis on lessons for current United States health care reforms. Recent major innovations were the introduction of private insurance based on the principles of primary care-led health care and including all citizens irrespective of their financial, employment, or health status; introduction of primary care collaboratives for out-of-hour services and chronic disease management; and primary care...[Show more]
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