Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news

Slovenia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Oct;23(1):1-183.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Slovene health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance. Slovenia has a statutory health insurance system with a single public insurer, providing almost universal coverage for a broad benefits package, though some services require relatively high levels of co-insurance (called co-payments in Slovenia). To cover these costs, about 95% of the population liable for cost-sharing purchases complementary, voluntary health insurance. Health expenditu...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Tit Albreht Katherine Polin Radivoje Pribakovi ć Brinovec Marjeta Kuhar Mircha Poldrugovac Petra Ogrin Rehberger Valentina Prevolnik Rupel Pia Vracko Source Type: news

Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news

Slovenia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Oct;23(1):1-183.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Slovene health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance. Slovenia has a statutory health insurance system with a single public insurer, providing almost universal coverage for a broad benefits package, though some services require relatively high levels of co-insurance (called co-payments in Slovenia). To cover these costs, about 95% of the population liable for cost-sharing purchases complementary, voluntary health insurance. Health expenditu...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Tit Albreht Katherine Polin Radivoje Pribakovi ć Brinovec Marjeta Kuhar Mircha Poldrugovac Petra Ogrin Rehberger Valentina Prevolnik Rupel Pia Vracko Source Type: news

Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news

Slovenia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Oct;23(1):1-183.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Slovene health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance. Slovenia has a statutory health insurance system with a single public insurer, providing almost universal coverage for a broad benefits package, though some services require relatively high levels of co-insurance (called co-payments in Slovenia). To cover these costs, about 95% of the population liable for cost-sharing purchases complementary, voluntary health insurance. Health expenditu...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Tit Albreht Katherine Polin Radivoje Pribakovi ć Brinovec Marjeta Kuhar Mircha Poldrugovac Petra Ogrin Rehberger Valentina Prevolnik Rupel Pia Vracko Source Type: news

Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news

Slovenia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Oct;23(1):1-183.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Slovene health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance. Slovenia has a statutory health insurance system with a single public insurer, providing almost universal coverage for a broad benefits package, though some services require relatively high levels of co-insurance (called co-payments in Slovenia). To cover these costs, about 95% of the population liable for cost-sharing purchases complementary, voluntary health insurance. Health expenditu...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Tit Albreht Katherine Polin Radivoje Pribakovi ć Brinovec Marjeta Kuhar Mircha Poldrugovac Petra Ogrin Rehberger Valentina Prevolnik Rupel Pia Vracko Source Type: news

Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news

Slovenia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Oct;23(1):1-183.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Slovene health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance. Slovenia has a statutory health insurance system with a single public insurer, providing almost universal coverage for a broad benefits package, though some services require relatively high levels of co-insurance (called co-payments in Slovenia). To cover these costs, about 95% of the population liable for cost-sharing purchases complementary, voluntary health insurance. Health expenditu...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Tit Albreht Katherine Polin Radivoje Pribakovi ć Brinovec Marjeta Kuhar Mircha Poldrugovac Petra Ogrin Rehberger Valentina Prevolnik Rupel Pia Vracko Source Type: news

Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news

Slovenia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Oct;23(1):1-183.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Slovene health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance. Slovenia has a statutory health insurance system with a single public insurer, providing almost universal coverage for a broad benefits package, though some services require relatively high levels of co-insurance (called co-payments in Slovenia). To cover these costs, about 95% of the population liable for cost-sharing purchases complementary, voluntary health insurance. Health expenditu...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Tit Albreht Katherine Polin Radivoje Pribakovi ć Brinovec Marjeta Kuhar Mircha Poldrugovac Petra Ogrin Rehberger Valentina Prevolnik Rupel Pia Vracko Source Type: news

Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news

Slovenia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Oct;23(1):1-183.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Slovene health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance. Slovenia has a statutory health insurance system with a single public insurer, providing almost universal coverage for a broad benefits package, though some services require relatively high levels of co-insurance (called co-payments in Slovenia). To cover these costs, about 95% of the population liable for cost-sharing purchases complementary, voluntary health insurance. Health expenditu...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Tit Albreht Katherine Polin Radivoje Pribakovi ć Brinovec Marjeta Kuhar Mircha Poldrugovac Petra Ogrin Rehberger Valentina Prevolnik Rupel Pia Vracko Source Type: news

Croatia: Health System Review
Health Syst Transit. 2021 Nov;23(2):1-146.ABSTRACTThis analysis of the Croatian health system reviews developments in its organization and governance, financing, provision of services, health reforms and health system performance. Croatia has a mandatory social health insurance system with nearly universal population coverage and a generous benefits package. Although per capita spending is low when compared to other EU countries, the share of public spending as a proportion of current health expenditure is high and out-of-pocket payments are low. There are sufficient physical and human resources overall, but some more remo...
Source: Health systems in transition - January 7, 2022 Category: Health Management Authors: Aleksandar Dzakula Dorja Vo čanec Maja Banadinovic Maja Vajagic Karmen Lon čarek Iva Luka čevic Lovrenčic Dagmar Radin Bernd Rechel Source Type: news