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Health Economics Review has moved to BMC

We are delighted to announce that Health Economics Review is now part of the BMC family of journals. The BMC website already receives over 100 million views per year and has expanded beyond biomedicine into a broader range of inquiry on a single platform for authors considering open access publishing. Bookmark our new URL and make sure to sign up to our article alerts so you can keep up with all of the latest research and articles and read more about BMC’s pioneering spirit.

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Aims and scope

Health Economics Review is an international high-quality journal covering all fields of Health Economics. A broad range of theoretical contributions, empirical studies and analyses of health policy with a health economic focus will be considered for publication. Its scope includes macro- and microeconomics of health care financing, health insurance and reimbursement as well as health economic evaluation, health services research and health policy analysis. Further research topics are the individual and institutional aspects of health care management and the growing importance of health care in developing countries.

Discount for Health Systems Global members

New Content ItemAll Health Systems Global members receive a 20% discount on Health Economics Review Article Processing Charges (APCs). To claim the discount, please contact the Secretariat at info@healthsystemsglobal.org to obtain the BMC journals' discount code.

Sebastian Braun

Health Economics Review is the first open access journal covering all fields of health economics. The published research is immediately and permanently available online free of charge. We as the editorial team believe in the scientific value of this electronic publication model and its future success. The high-ranked international editorial board and the double-blind peer review process guarantee high-quality publications and will lead to a soon listing in the most relevant scientific databases.

Sebastian Braun, Managing Editor Leibniz University Hannover

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