A Simulation Model of a Regional Health System for Planners
In any attempt at organizing and controlling health, planners are bound to make decisions mostly on fragmentary knowledge — or feeling — of facts. Health is not perceived as a total system of interrelated elements; its components and relations are neither properly isolated nor measured, the background of the analysis is often not defined and, anyway, the resulting options are rarely selected on clear grounds -or consciousness of alternatives does not even appear.
KeywordsInsurance Coverage Income Expense Lution Summing
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