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EFFECT OF MASS LAYOFFS ON HEALTH INSURANCE EXPENDITURES: THE CASE OF THE OSTRAVA REGION

Jiří Louda, Ondřej Vojáček, Markéta Pechholdová, Miroslav Barták

The study of connections between unemployment and its impacts on human health and economy has been the object of research since the US economic crisis in the 1920s (Brenner, 1967; Brenner, 1969; Kasl et al., 1968; Kasl & Cobb, 1970; Cobb, 1976). Evidence shows that loss of employment negatively affects not only health of individuals who have lost a job but also that of their partners and family members and reduces the life expectancy (Eliason & Storrie, 2009).
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SYSTEM OF DAY SURGERY IN SLOVAKIA: ANALYSIS OF PEDIATRIC DAY SURGERY DISCREPANCIES IN THE REGIONS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN STRATEGY OF ITS DEVELOPMENT

Beata Gavurova, Marek Soltes

In the beginning of the 20th century, the view on the organization of postoperative care was based on several obsolete assumptions concerning the surgical wound healing, the need for postoperative diet restrictions, as well as the limited mobilization of the patients. Nowadays, surgical care is rapidly shifting from in-hospital patient care towards outpatient concept.
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Health Care Reforms in the Slovak and Czech Republics 1989–2011: the Same or Different Tracks?

Colin Lawson, Juraj Nemec, Vladimír Šagát

After the Velvet Revolution of November 1989 until the amicable separation of Slovakia from the Czech Republic on 1st January 1993 health policy had been a republic level rather than a federal responsibility. Thus from the start of transition there was the possibility of divergence in this area of social policy, and after the 1993 separation health policy divergence seemed to become more marked and entrenched. The political division thus created an apparent natural experiment in social policy, as the successor states had had identical policies under communism, but responded differently to the challenges of transition.
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