Applied Health Economics and Health Policy
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy provides timely publication of cutting-edge research and expert opinion from this increasingly important field, making it a vital resource for payers, providers and researchers alike. The journal includes high quality economic research and reviews of all aspects of healthcare from various perspectives and countries, designed to communicate the latest applied information in health economics and health policy.
While emphasis is placed on information with practical applications, a strong basis of underlying scientific rigor is maintained.
Articles published in Applied Health Economics and Health Policy may be accompanied by lay-level summaries, to assist patients, caregivers, and others in understanding important medical advances.
Is Compulsory Licensing Bad for Public Health? Some Critical Comments on Drug Accessibility in Developing Countries
Samira Guennif (October 2017)
Economic Evaluations of Thrombophilia Screening Prior to Prescribing Combined Oral Contraceptives: A Systematic and Critical Review
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- Applied Health Economics and Health Policy
- Volume 3 / 2004 - Volume 15 / 2017
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- Springer International Publishing
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