Health Governance in the Aftermath of Traditional Corporatism: One Small Step for the Legislator, One Giant Leap for the Subsystem?(Essay) - German Policy Studies

Health Governance in the Aftermath of Traditional Corporatism: One Small Step for the Legislator, One Giant Leap for the Subsystem?(Essay)

By German Policy Studies

  • Release Date - Published: 2009-03-22
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: German Policy Studies
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Health Governance in the Aftermath of Traditional Corporatism: One Small Step for the Legislator, One Giant Leap for the Subsystem?(Essay) German Policy Studies read online review & book description:

1 Introduction (1) Until the late 1980s outpatient care in Germany was an "ideal-type" of sectoral corporatism (Rosenbrock/Gerlinger 2006: 280). Self-governance and the dominance of large provider associations were the main characteristics of the German outpatient health care governance (Lehmbruch 1988). Public corporations in particular were able to insure privileges for their members by being involved in every decision concerning the range of benefits and prices of outpatient care.

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