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by André Den Exter,Herbert Hermans
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The right to health care is changing over time and its content varies from country to country. Instead, the right to health care must be considered as a multidimensional concept. An expert meeting hosted by the De The right to health care is changing over time and its content varies from country to country. The Right to Health Care in Several European Countries:Vol. 5:Expert Meeting, Held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, April 27-28, 1998 (Studies in Social Policy (Hague, Netherlands), . ISBN.
Buijsen, Exter den – M. Buijsen and A. den Exter, Equality and The Right to Health Care, Human Rights and Biomedicine, A. den Exter (e., Maklu Press, Antwerp 2010, p. 69–85. Cost-effectiveness analysis. What's law got to do with it? Jan 2014. Exter den – A. den Exter, " Cost-effectiveness analysis. What's law got to do with it? " Journal of the International Institute for Law and Medicine 2014, p. 285–297.
The role of social partners is essential in this context, as they are key actors .
Some sectors are characterised by more strenuous jobs, adding to the challenge of keeping older workers in employment longer. Today, an individual has the right to remain in employment until age 67. 2. Policies promoting prolongation of working life through the improvement of quality of work. Developing skills (Training, lifelong learning). Partners: Several partners are involved, such the government, municipalities, PES, education providers, etc. Date of implementation: 1 July 1997 - 31 December 2002.
chapter thirteen - Long-term care in social health insurance systems. The role of private health insurance in social health insurance countries Jürgen Wasem, Stefan Greβ and Kieke . European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Series. Social health insurance systems in western Europe. André P. den Exter is Assistant Professor of Health Law at the Department of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Anna Dixon is Lecturer in European Health Policy at the Department of Social Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science in London, UK. viii Social Health Insurance Systems.
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An expert meeting hosted by the Department of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University, convened in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, in April of 1998 to address the meaning and consequences of the right to health care in changing health care systems. Commissioned for this expert meeting, the papers published in The Right to Health Care in Several European Countries address many differing perspectives on the right to health care, including international and national views, the role of various legal principles and the function of courts, and the organizational dimension.
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Constitutional rights to health care: the consequences of placing limits on the right to health care in several Western and Eastern European countries. A Den Exter, B Hermans. European journal of health law 5 (3), 261-289, 1998. European Journal of health law 17 (3), 223-233, 2010. The changing role of the individual in social health insurance systems. M Wildner, AP den Exter, WGM van der Kraan.
Regarding the differences across countries, people who live in more mobile societies with better welfare systems (. Social-Democratic countries) are less adversely affected by inequality than people living in countries with low social mobility and ineffective systems of social protection (.
Andre den Exter (1966) received a PhD degree in law since 2002. Since then, he has been appointed as lecturer in health law at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He teaches several courses on Dutch and International health law topics. European Journal of Health Law, 5, 261-289. Priorities and Priority-Setting in Health Care in the Netherlands.