Health insurers are overcompensated for highly educated people between 35 and 44 years old.
Does the Competition Act (Mededingingswet) limit the collaboration between primary health care providers? If so, does it concern actual obstacles or is it the result of uncertainties amongst primary health care providers about the Competition Act?
Do higher personal contributions result in the avoidance of Wmo care in the Municipality of Veenendaal? This study shows the extent and consequences of care avoidance.
A preliminary study on the possibilities of a social cost-benefit analysis.
Insurers are overcompensated for non-residents as part of the risk equalization. In 2013, the overcompensation amounted to € 75 to € 667 per insured year.
Smoking costs the Netherlands 21 to 43 billion euros per year. This is the outcome of a study commissioned by Stichting Eindspel Tabak, an initiative of a several directors and professionals in the healthcare sector.
Insurers are being overcompensated for foreign seasonal workers. Foreign seasonal workers who worked in the Netherlands in 2012 show a positive result of about 320 euros per insured per year.
Treatment of malnourished hospital patients by dietitians yields substantial annual returns.
For every euro spent on the treatment of community dwelling elderly with dementia by an occupational therapist, society receives 7.40-11.80 euros; the treatment of children with writing problems yields 1.60-1.70 euros.
The aim of this study was to ascertain whether there are clear and complete records of foreign seasonal workers.