Table of contents for The globalization of managerial innovation in health care / [edited by] John R. Kimberly, Gãaerard de Pouvourville, Thomas D'Aunno.

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1 Origins of DRGS in the United States: A technical, political and cultural story
Jon Chilingerian
2 Casemix in the United Kingdom: From development to plans
Steve Sutch
3 Casemix implementation in Portugal
Céu Mateus
4 From naive hope to realistic conviction: DRGs in Sweden
Rickard Lindquist
5 Casemix in Denmark
Annette Srberg Roed, Hanne Sjuneson and Poul Erik Hansen
6 DRGS in France
Xavière Michelot and Jean Marie Rodrigues
7 Introduction and use of DRGs in Belgium
Marie Christine Closon, Francis H. Roger France, Julian Perelman
8 DRG finals in Germany: Introduction of a comprehensive, prospective DRG payment system until 2009
Gunther Neubauer
9 Casemix in Switzerland
Hervé Guillain
10 The First Decade of Casemix in Italy
Paolo Tedeschi
11 Casemix development and implementation in Australia
Stephen J. Duckett
12 Diagnosis procedure combination: The Japanese approach to casemix
Shinya Matsuda
13 Casemix in Singapore
Chien Earn Lee and Lim Eng Kok
14 Experiences with the application of the DRG principle in Hungary
Júlia Nagy, Csaba Dózsa and Imre Boncz
15 Casemix Systems - Past, present, and future: The Canadian experience
Sandra Mitchell and André Lalonde
16 Conclusions: The global diffusion of casemix
Thomas D'Aunno, John R. Kimberly and Gerard de Pouvourville

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Diagnosis-related groups -- Cross-cultural studies.
Diagnosis-Related Groups -- economics.
Organizational Innovation.
World Health.