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  1. The escalating prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2DM) poses an unparalleled economic catastrophe to developing countries. Cardiovascular diseases remain the primary source of costs among individuals with T2DM, i...

    Authors: Ana Claudia Cavalcante Nogueira, Joaquim Barreto, Filipe A. Moura, Beatriz Luchiari, Abrão Abuhab, Isabella Bonilha, Wilson Nadruz, J. Michael Gaziano, Thomas Gaziano, Luiz Sergio F. de Carvalho and Andrei C. Sposito
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:50
  2. Previous studies have argued that the relationship between health expenditures and health outcomes is more significant among the poor than the non-poor. However, public spending alone does not improve health s...

    Authors: Marilys Victoire Razakamanana, Voahirana Tantely Andrianatoandro and Tiarinisaina Olivier Ramiandrisoa
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:47
  3. Multimorbidity and frailty represent emerging global health burdens that have garnered increased attention from researchers over the past two decades. We conducted a scientometric analysis of the scientific li...

    Authors: Penghong Deng, Chang Liu, Mingsheng Chen and Lei Si
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:46
  4. Today, heart failure is one of the leading causes of death and disability in most developed and developing countries. By 2030, more than 23.3 million people are projected to die of cardiovascular diseases each...

    Authors: Ramin Ravangard, Farideh Sadat Jalali, Marjan Hajahmadi and Abdosaleh Jafari
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:44
  5. Chronic migraine (CM) is a significant neurological condition affecting a substantial portion of the global population. The economic burden of CM includes both direct healthcare costs and indirect costs result...

    Authors: Alyaa Eltrafi, Sunil Shrestha, Ali Ahmed, Hema Mistry, Vibhu Paudyal and Saval Khanal
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:43

    The Correction to this article has been published in Health Economics Review 2023 13:49

  6. Expanding fiscal space for health can be defined as providing additional budgetary resources for health, which is highly important during biological crises. This study aimed to provide a model for financing th...

    Authors: Maryam Yaghoubi, Masoud Vahedi Idehlo, Parisa mehdizadeh and Mohammad Meskarpour Amiri
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:41
  7. Authors: Victoria L. Phillips, Ashley Xue, Marné Castillo, Dalia Santiago, Taylor Wimbly, Lisa B. Hightow-Weidman, Rob Stephenson and José A. Bauermeister
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:40

    The original article was published in Health Economics Review 2023 13:34

  8. Most people who develop chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease (CVD), live in their homes in the community in their last year of life. Since cost-sharing is common in most countries, including thos...

    Authors: Aviad Tur-Sinai and Netta Bentur
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:37
  9. Effective integration, one of the seven strategic priorities of the Immunization Agenda 2030, can contribute to increasing vaccination coverage and efficiency. The objective of the study is to measure and comp...

    Authors: Anne Eudes Jean Baptiste, Jurjen Van der Schans, Samuel Bawa, Balcha Masresha, John Wagai, Joseph Oteri, Boubacar Dieng, Margaret Soyemi, Rufus Eshuchi, Yared G. Yehualashet, Oluwole Afolabi, Fiona Braka, André Bita and Eelko Hak
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:36
  10. Informal care provided by family members, friends, or neighbors is a major pillar in the German long-term care system. As the number of care-dependent older adults grow, ensuring their future care still relies...

    Authors: Lea de Jong, Torben Schmidt, Ann-Katrin Carstens and Kathrin Damm
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:35
  11. Cultural competency has been identified as a barrier to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) populations seeking care. Mystery shopping has been widely employed in the formal health care sector as a q...

    Authors: Victoria L. Phillips, Ashley Xue, Marné Castillo, Dalia Santiago, Taylor Wimbly, Lisa B. Hightow-Weidman, Rob Stephenson and José A. Bauermeister
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:34

    The Correction to this article has been published in Health Economics Review 2023 13:40

  12. Medical research is increasingly interdisciplinary. However, not all projects are successful and cooperation is not always sustained beyond the end of funding. This study empirically assesses the effect of con...

    Authors: Michael John, Martin Kloyer and Steffen Fleßa
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:33
  13. Stroke, a leading cause of death and long-term disability, has a considerable social and economic impact. It is imperative to investigate stroke-related costs. The main goal was to conduct a systematic literat...

    Authors: Jorgina Lucas-Noll, José L. Clua-Espuny, Mar Lleixà-Fortuño, Ester Gavaldà-Espelta, Lluïsa Queralt-Tomas, Anna Panisello-Tafalla and Misericòrdia Carles-Lavila
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:32
  14. Between 2008 and 2018, the share of robotic-assisted surgeries (RAS) for radical prostatectomies (RPEs) has increased from 3 to 46% in Germany. Firstly, we investigate if this diffusion of RAS has contributed ...

    Authors: David Kuklinski, Justus Vogel, Cornelia Henschke, Christoph Pross and Alexander Geissler
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:29
  15. This study aims to estimate the potential economic benefits of healthy ageing by obtaining estimates of the economic losses generated by functional limitations among middle-aged and older people. Utilising two...

    Authors: Shohei Okamoto, Haruka Sakamoto, Kazuki Kamimura, Kohei Komamura, Erika Kobayashi and Jersey Liang
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:28
  16. Burkina Faso has recently instituted a free healthcare policy for women and children under five. This comprehensive study examined the effects of this policy on the use of services, health outcomes, and remova...

    Authors: Patrick Gueswendé Ilboudo and Alain Siri
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:27
  17. Universal health coverage (UHC) is a major pathway to save many people from catastrophic and impoverishing healthcare spending and address the inequality in health and healthcare. The objective of this paper i...

    Authors: Kwadwo Arhin, Eric Fosu Oteng-Abayie and Jacob Novignon
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:25
  18. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is young children’s most common mental health disorder. We aim to provide causal estimates of the differential costs for the non-adult population with ADHD. We u...

    Authors: Toni Mora, Jaume Puig-Junoy, Rowena Jacobs and Jordi Cid
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:24
  19. Health technology assessment (HTA) is a comprehensive and structured evaluation that aims to analyze the potential impacts of health technologies, including medical devices, diagnostic tools, pharmaceuticals, ...

    Authors: Meysam Behzadifar, Masoud Behzadifar, Maryam Saran, Saeed Shahabi, Ahad Bakhtiari, Samad Azari and Nicola Luigi Bragazzi
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:23
  20. Health shocks are common and have serious consequences for households in developing countries where health insurance is lacking. In this study, we examine whether out-of-pocket health expenditures crowd out ho...

    Authors: Hilaire Gbodja Houeninvo, Venant Cossi Celestin Quenum and Melain Modeste Senou
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:19
  21. The COVID-19 outbreak was defined as a pandemic on 11 March 2020 by the World Health Organization. After that, COVID-19 has enormously influenced health systems around the world, and it has claimed more than 4...

    Authors: Reyhane Izadi, Nahid Hatam, Fatemeh Baberi, Setareh Yousefzadeh and Abdosaleh Jafari
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:18
  22. The global health security (GHS) Index assesses countries’ level of preparedness to health risks. However, there is no evidence on how and whether the effects of health systems building blocks and socioeconomi...

    Authors: Omar B. Da’ar and Farah Kalmey
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:16
  23. The Capitation Payment Unit (CPU) financing mechanism constitutes more than 70% of health spending in Colombia, with a budget allocation of close to 60 trillion Colombian pesos for the year 2022 (approximately...

    Authors: Oscar Espinosa, Valeria Bejarano, Jeferson Ramos and Boris Martínez
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:15
  24. Previous literature documents the direct and indirect economic costs of obesity, yet none has attempted to quantify the intangible costs of obesity. This study focuses on quantifying the intangible costs of on...

    Authors: Fan Meng, Peng Nie and Alfonso Sousa-Poza
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:14
  25. Sacubitril/valsartan (an Angiotensin receptor-neprilysin inhibitor—ARNI) is one of the cornerstones in the management of patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) having demonstrated s...

    Authors: Mariano A. Giorgi, Carlos P. Boissonnet, Paula Soledad Luque, Jimena Piastrella, Carlos Porley, Fernanda Ditata and Sergio Volman
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:13
  26. To determine the economic impact of the incremental consumption of resources for the diagnosis and treatment of anastomotic leak (AL) in patients after resection with anastomosis for colorectal cancer compared...

    Authors: Blas Flor-Lorente, José Francisco Noguera-Aguilar, Salvadora Delgado-Rivilla, José María García-González, Marcos Rodriguez-Martín, Laura Salinas-Ortega, Miguel Ángel Casado and María Álvarez
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:12
  27. Healthcare expenditure, a common input used in health systems efficiency analyses is affected by population age structure. However, while age structure is usually considered to adjust health system outputs, he...

    Authors: João Vasco Santos, Filipa Santos Martins, Joana Pestana, Júlio Souza, Alberto Freitas and Jonathan Cylus
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:11
  28. To optimise planning of public health services, the impact of high-cost users needs to be considered. However, most of the existing statistical models for costs do not include many clinical and social variable...

    Authors: Nhung Nghiem, June Atkinson, Binh P. Nguyen, An Tran-Duy and Nick Wilson
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:9
  29. The free maternal healthcare policy was introduced in Ghana in 2008 under the national health insurance scheme as a social intervention to improve access to maternal health services. This study investigated th...

    Authors: Maxwell Tii Kumbeni, Agani Afaya and Paschal Awingura Apanga
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:8
  30. A good health care system and, especially, the provision of efficient hospital care are the goals of national and regional health policies. However, the scope of general hospital care in the 16 federal states ...

    Authors: Iveta Vrabková and Sabrina Lee
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:7
  31. Authors: Hesam Ghiasvand, Shiva Khaleghparast, Naser Kachoueian, Kourosh Tirgarfakheri, Meysam Mortazian, Yaser Toloueitabar, Farhad Gorjipour and Seyran Naghdi
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:6

    The original article was published in Health Economics Review 2023 13:1

  32. More than two years into the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, it remains unclear whether financial incentives can reduce vaccine hesitancy and improve uptake among key unvaccinated populations. This st...

    Authors: Kevin Chen, Marta Wilson-Barthes, Jeffrey E. Harris and Omar Galárraga
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:4
  33. After the emergence of the first vaccines against the COVID-19, public health authorities have promoted mass vaccination in order to achieve herd immunity and reduce the effects of the disease. Vaccination rat...

    Authors: Luis Á. Hierro, David Patiño, Pedro Atienza, Antonio J. Garzón and David Cantarero
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:2
  34. Aortic stenosis is a prevalent heart valvular disorder in Iran. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) and Surgical Aortic Valve Replacement (SAVR) are two common procedures for treating the disease in...

    Authors: Hesam Ghiasvand, Shiva Khaleghparast, Naser Kachoueian, Kourosh Tirgarfakheri, Meysam Mortazian, Yaser Toloueitabar, Farhad Gorjipour and Seyran Naghdi
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2023 13:1

    The Correction to this article has been published in Health Economics Review 2023 13:6

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