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Author Boltyenkov, Artem, author
Title A healthcare economic policy for hearing impairment / by Artem Boltyenkov
Imprint Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden : Imprint: Springer Gabler, 2015
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Descript 1 online resource (xvi, 159 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Note Introduction -- Background -- Literature Review on Financing Hearing Instruments and Implants Purchase -- Qualitative Research on the Healthcare Economic Policy for Hearing Impairment -- Quantitative Research on the Healthcare Economic Policy for Hearing Impairment -- Substantive Conclusions and Final Recommendations -- Conclusion
Artem Boltyenkov explores the ways in which the hearing impaired can afford aided hearing. The most humane option for all hearing impaired is full reimbursement healthcare economic policy. Unfortunately, providing free aided hearing for all hearing impaired in the population is very costly. Countries, which cannot afford such generosity, need to know how to spend their limited resources wisely. The author recommends implementing the subsidized loans or the subsidized savings and loans healthcare economic policy to help the hearing impaired to afford aided hearing. Contents Background information on hearing loss and treatment options Literature review on financing hearing instruments and implants purchase Qualitative and quantitative research on the healthcare economic policy for hearing impairment Substantive conclusions and final recommendations Target Groups Scientists and students in health economics and public health Health economics experts, public health policymakers, health insurance experts About the Author Dr. Artem Boltyenkov has written his doctoral thesis at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management. His research focus is health economics of hearing impairment
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Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Hearing aids -- Purchasing
Deafness
Deaf -- Russia
Deaf -- Ukraine
Hearing aids
Economics/Management Science
Health Economics
Public Health
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