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JUNE 2017

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 224 has been translated: An Evaluation of the Health Ageing and Retirement Project (PARI): Phase 1 Is it possible to Use Administrative Data to Identify Risks. Sirven N. (LIRAES (EA 4470), Université Paris Descartes, and IRDES). 2017/03.

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 223 has been translated: The State of Public Health in France and Risk Factors. Preliminary Results of the 2014 European Health Interview Survey - The Health, Health Care and Insurance Survey (EHIS-ESPS 2014). Pisarik J. (DREES), Rochereau T. (IRDES), In collaboration with Célant N. (IRDES). 2017/03.

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 219 has been translated: Use of Outpatient Care and Distances Travelled by Patients: Significant Differences in Regional Access to Healthcare. Com-Ruelle L., Lucas-Gabrielli V., Pierre A. (Irdes), In collaboration with Coldefy M. (Irdes). 2016/06.

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Forthcoming events on Health Economics

MAY 2017

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 222 has been translated: Compulsory Psychiatric Treatment: An Assessment of the Situation Four Years after the Implementation of the Act of 5 July 2011. Coldefy M. (Irdes), Fernandes S. (ORU-Paca, Université Aix-Marseille), In collaboration with Lapalus D. (ARS Paca). 2017/02.

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Interactive chart of April 2017: Households' contribution to the financing of mandatory and supplementary health insurance, households' out-of-pocket spending

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Interactive chart of March 2017: Individuals reporting a 'fair', 'poor' or 'very poor' health status according to the occupational category of the household reference person

APRIL 2017

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Forthcoming events on Health Economics

MARCH 2017

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Forthcoming events on Health Economics

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Interactive chart of February 2017: Rates of compulsory psychiatric care use for 100,000 inhabitants aged 16 or more, by department of residence (France, 2015)

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March 17th, 2017: Research seminar: Social Inequality in Cancer Survival in Canada

FEBRUARY 2017

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Newsletter n° 8 February 2017

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Working paper n° 67bis has been translated: The Likely Effects of Employer-Mandated Complementary Health Insurance on Health Coverage in France. Pierre A. (Irdes, CESP Inserm), Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, PSL Research University, Leda-Legos & Irdes). 2017/01.

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3 questions to... Aurélie Pierre and Carine Franc on the occasion of the publication of Issues in Health Economics (217), April 2016: "High Out-Of-Pocket Payments: Beneficiaries' Profiles and Persistence Over Time"

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 217 has been translated: High Out-Of-Pocket Payments: Beneficiaries' Profiles and Persistence Over Time. Franc C. (Inserm, Centre de recherche en épidémiologie et santé des populations, Université Paris-Saclay, Université Paris-Sud, UVSQ, CESP, Inserm U1018, Villejuif, Irdes), Pierre A.(Irdes). 2016/02.

JANUARY 2017

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Forthcoming events on Health Economics

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Interactive chart of January 2017: Distances traveled to access chemotherapy care (France, 2012)

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Interactive chart of December 2016: Variations in use rates to different medical procedures (France, 2014)

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DECEMBER 2016

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 220 has been translated: Disinvestment Strategies for Pharmaceuticals: An International Review. Parkinson B., Sermet C., Clement F., Crausaz S., Godman B., Garner S., Choudhury M., Pearson S.A., Viney R., Lopert R., Elshaug A.G. 2016/08.

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Forthcoming events on Health Economics

NOVEMBER 2016

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Newsletter n°7, July-November 2016

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3 questions to... Catherine Sermet, on the occasion of the publication of Issues in Health Economics (220), July-August 2016: "Disinvestment Strategies for Pharmaceuticals: An International Review of 5 countries".

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Interactive chart of November 2016: Ambulatory care use rates to the nearest physician, according to level of Localized potential accessibility (LPA) [France, 2010]

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Interactive chart of October 2016: Average distances travelled to seek ambulatory care according to the level of Local Potential Accessibility (LPA)

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 218 has been translated: Out-of-Pocket Spending for Ambulatory and Hospital Care after Reimbursement by the French Public Health Insurance: Unequally Distributed Financial Burden. Perronnin M. 2016/03.

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See the November-December's selection of books and sites

OCTOBER 2016

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November 10th: Research seminar: Integration and alternatives to pure fee-for-service payment - A mixed-method design with qualitative, cluster and explanatory analysis on Accountable Care Organizations + Generalisation of Employer-Mandated Complementary Health Insurance in France : The likely effects on Social Welfare

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See the October's selection of books and sites

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Forthcoming events on Health Economics

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SEPTEMBER 2016

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Recruitment: Research fellow - International benchmarking on sick pay schemes

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Call for papers: 3rd IRDES Workshop on Applied Health Economics and Policy Evaluation: 22-23 juin 2017.

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Interactive chart of September 2016: Composition of out-of-pocket hospital care spending according to income (France, 2010)

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AUGUST 2016

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JULY 2016

29

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Newsletter n°6 April-June 2016

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3 questions to... Nicolas Sirven, on the occasion of the publication of Issues in Health Economics (216), March 2016: "Ageing, Frailty and Health Care Expenditures", realised in collaboration with Thomas Rapp

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Interactive chart of July 2016: Health variables according to profiles of people bearing the highest out-of-pocket costs in 2010

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Interactive chart of June 2016: Expenditure by type of outpatient care among people aged 65 and over living at home - metropolitan France, 2012

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 216 has been translated: Ageing, Frailty and Health Care Expenditures. Sirven N. (Liraes (EA 4470) Université Paris Descartes, Irdes), in collaboration with Rapp T. (Liraes (EA 4470) Université Paris Descartes) 2016/03.

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JUNE 2016

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Interactive chart of May 2016: Impact of charging occupational musculoskeletal disorders to establishment accounts on the number of absence days due to these disorders

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Workshop on Health and Labour Policy Evaluation (HLPE) : 1st to 3rd february 2017

MAY 2016

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May 30th: Research seminars: Hospital Readmissions after Heart Failure: An Analysis of the Impact of GP Follow-up among Elderly French Patients + Impact of Competition versus Centralisation of Hospital Care on Treatment Quality: A Multilevel Analysis of Cancer Care in France

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APRIL 2016

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Interactive chart of April 2016: Proportion of elderly people aged 75 and over living on their own in 2011

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3 questions to... Stéphanie Guillaume and Zeynep Or, on the occasion of the publication of Issues in Health Economics (214), January 2016: "Older Adults' Satisfaction with Medical Care Coordination: A Qualitative Approach".

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3 questions to... Chloé Le Cossec, on the occasion of the publication of Issues in Health Economics (213), October 2015: "Measuring Polypharmacy in the Elderly: Impact of the Method on Prevalence and Therapeutic Classes"

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 214 has been translated: Older Adults' Satisfaction with Medical Care Coordination: A Qualitative Approach. Guillaume S. (Irdes) and Or Z. (Irdes). 2016/01.

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Questions d'économie de la santé n° 213 has been translated: Measuring Polypharmacy in the Elderly: Impact of the Method on Prevalence and Therapeutic Classes. Le Cossec C. (Irdes), Sermet C. (Irdes), in collaboration with Perronnin M. (Irdes). 2015/10.

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Getting information on Public Health in France and in Europe

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See the April's selection of books

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June 20th, 2017