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Financing High Medical Risks

All member states of the EU are faced with the same challenges regarding accessibility, quality and sustainability of long-term care.

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The book ‘Financing high medical risks’ (Edited by Karel-Peter Companje) addresses the cover for high medical risks in the Dutch, German and Norwegian welfare systems, highlighting the problems faced by the public and private parties and discussing possible solutions.
‘Financing high medical risks’ includes Discussions, Developments, Problems and Solutions on the Coverage of the Risk of Long-term Care in Norway, Germany and the Netherlands since 1945 in European Perspective

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Paperback | 260 pages | ISBN 978 90 8964 672 9 | €34.95 | £28.50 | $43.50



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