Gianluca Fiorentini

University of Bologna - Department of Economics

Strada Maggiore 45

Bologna, 40125

Italy

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

7

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118

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Scholarly Papers (7)

1.

How Do Hospital-Specialty Characteristics Influence Health System Responsiveness? An Empirical Evaluation of In-Patient Care in the Italian Region of Emilia-Romagna

Quaderni - Working Paper DSE N° 1077
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 19 Sep 2016
Gianluca Fiorentini, Silvana Robone and Rossella Verzulli
University of Bologna - Department of Economics, University of York - Centre for Health Economics and University of Bologna - Department of Economics
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Health systems’ responsiveness, health system performance, ordered response data, reporting heterogeneity, supply-side drivers, Italy

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GPs and Hospital Expenditures: Should We Keep Expenditure Containment Programs Alive?

Quaderni DSE Working Paper No. 829
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 04 Jun 2012
Gianluca Fiorentini, Matteo Lippi Bruni and Cristina Ugolini
University of Bologna - Department of Economics, University of Bologna - Department of Economics and University of Bologna - Department of Economics
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health economics, primary care, hospital expenditure, ambulatory care sensitive conditions, economic incentives

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Dealing with Minor Illnesses: The Link between Primary Care Characteristics and First Aid Clinics’ Attendances

Quaderni - Working Paper DSE N° 925
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 15 Feb 2014
Regione Emilia-Romagna, University of Bologna - Department of Economics, University of Bologna - Department of Economics, Ca' Foscari University of Venice and University of Bologna - Department of Economics
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Minor illness units, Emergency Departments, avoidable attendance, primary care, panel count data models

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Are Bad Health and Pain Making Us Grumpy? An Empirical Evaluation of Reporting Heterogeneity in Rating Health System Responsiveness

Quaderni - Working Paper DSE N° 933
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 02 Apr 2014
Gianluca Fiorentini, Giovanni Ragazzi and Silvana Robone
University of Bologna - Department of Economics, Agency for Health Care and Social Services of Emilia-Romagna and University of York - Centre for Health Economics
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Health care responsiveness, Health system performance, Reporting heterogeneity, Generalized ordered probit, Self-reported health, Pain

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Disease Management in Diabetes Care: When Involving GPs Improves Patient Compliance and Health Outcomes

Quaderni - Working Paper DSE N° 1129 (2019)
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 09 May 2019
University of Bologna - Department of Economics, University of Bologna - Department of Economics, affiliation not provided to SSRN, University of Bologna - Department of Economics, Agency for Health Care and Social Services of Emilia-Romagna, affiliation not provided to SSRN and Agency for Health Care and Social Services of Emilia-Romagna
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diabetes care, clinical guidelines, primary care, Diabetes Management Programs

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Price Changes in Regulated Healthcare Markets: Do Public Hospitals Respond and How?

Quaderni - Working Paper DSE N° 1041
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 11 Dec 2015
University of Bologna - Department of Economics, University of Bologna - Department of Economics, University of Bologna - Department of Economics and University of Bologna - Department of Economics
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DRG prices, average payment incentives, hospital behaviour

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Primary Care Characteristics and Their Impact on Potentially Avoidable Hospital Admissions

iHEA 2007 6th World Congress: Explorations in Health Economics Paper
Posted: 22 Jun 2007
Gianluca Fiorentini, Matteo Lippi Bruni and Cristina Ugolini
University of Bologna - Department of Economics, University of Bologna - Department of Economics and University of Bologna - Department of Economics

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Primary care, financial incentives, preventable hospitalisation, multilevel modelling.