Cover: De mogelijkheden van gebruik van systeemmodellen binnen de gezondheidszorg

De mogelijkheden van gebruik van systeemmodellen binnen de gezondheidszorg

Possibilities for using system models within health care

Published Feb 28, 2000

by James P. Kahan, Mirjam van het Loo, Odette van de Riet, Mari Poyhonen

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The work reported here was conducted subsequent to the subsidie toekenningsbrief of 29 October 1997 (Ministerial reference CSZ/ZT/9713672), which was in turn based upon a Ministerial letter to the Tweede Kamer of April 1997 "MTA en doelmatigheid van zorg" (Ministerial reference CSZ/EZ-974801). Based on this Ministerial letter, a large programme "Herijking Richtlijnen en Richtlijn Implementatie" on guideline development and implementation began in the Netherlands. The RAND Europe project within this programme was aimed at understanding how to assess the likely consequences of the development and implementation of guidelines for clinical practice, with particular reference to coronary artery disease and clinical depression.

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