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University of Bologna - Department of Economics
diabetes care, clinical guidelines, primary care, Diabetes Management Programs
Health systems’ responsiveness, health system performance, ordered response data, reporting heterogeneity, supply-side drivers, Italy
health economics, primary care, hospital expenditure, ambulatory care sensitive conditions, economic incentives
Minor illness units, Emergency Departments, avoidable attendance, primary care, panel count data models
DRG prices, average payment incentives, hospital behaviour
Health care responsiveness, Health system performance, Reporting heterogeneity, Generalized ordered probit, Self-reported health, Pain
public choice, applied economics and public policy, international comparison, health policy and technology, stringency trade-offs, COVID-19 pandemic
Primary care, financial incentives, preventable hospitalisation, multilevel modelling.
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