International variation in drug usage: An exploratory analysis of the "causes" of variation (2014)

The changing hospital landscape: An exploration of international experiences (2014)

Regulating quality and safety of health and social care (2014)

Pharmaceutical pricing: the use of external reference pricing (2013)

Use of outcome metrics to measure quality in education and training of healthcare professionals (2012)

Preventing emergency readmissions to hospital. A scoping review (2012)

How health systems make available information on service providers (2011)

International variation in the usage of medicines (2010)

Funding intensive care – approaches in systems using diagnosis-related groups (2010)

International benchmarking of healthcare quality (2010)

Coverage of publicly-funded dental services (2009)

Paying for drugs in the statutory system (2008)

Learning from other countries: an on-call facility for health care policy (2008)

Decision-making in health care: Roles and responsibilities at local, regional and national level (2008)

Health care capacity planning: a review of international experience

A review of the role and responsibilities of national ministries of health in five countries (2007)

The regulation of competition between publicly-financed hospitals (2007)

The systematic use of cost-effectiveness criteria to inform reviews of publicly-funded benefits packages (2007)

Reimbursing highly specialised hospital services: the experience of activity-based funding in eight countries (2006)

Access to generalist and specialist care outside hospital (2006)

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