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  • Rosen B, Waitzberg R, Israeli A (2021): Israel’s rapid rollout of vaccinations for COVID-19 [1]
  • Winkelmann J, Busse R, Quentin W (2021): Gesundheitssysteme weltweit: beschreiben, verstehen, verbessern. [2]
  • Waitzberg R, Davidovitch N (2021): Israel’s vaccination rollout: short term success, but questions for the long run. [3]


  • Taube M, Quentin W (2020): Provision of community-based mental health care, Latvia [4]
  • Dubas-Jakóbczyk K, Albreht T, Behmane D, Bryndova L, Dimova A, Dzakula A, Habicht T, Murauskiene L, Scîntee S, Smatana M, Velkey Z, Quentin W (2020): Hospital reforms in 11 Central and Eastern European countries between 2008-2019: a comparative analysis. [5]
  • Vogel J, Letzgus P, Geissler A (2020): Paradigmenwechsel in der Krankenhausplanung – hin zu Leistungs-, Bedarfs- und Qualitätsorientierung für einen höheren Patientennutzen. [6]
  • Blümel M, Busse R (2020): Germany. [7]
  • Waitzberg R et al. (2020): Mapping variability in allocation of Long-Term Care funds across payer agencies in OECD countries. [8]
  • Dugle, G., Wulifan, J.K., Tanyeh, J.P., Quentin W (2020): A critical realist synthesis of cross-disciplinary health policy and systems research: defining characteristic features, developing an evaluation framework and identifying challenges. [9]
  • Winkelmann J, Muench U, Maier CB (2020): Time trends in the regional distribution of physicians, nurses and midwives in Europe. [10]
  • Berger E, Reichebner C, Eriksen A, Kretzler M, Offermanns M, Heber R, Krause C, Busse R (2020): COVID-19 als Stresstest für das Gesundheitssystem: Eine Bestandsaufnahme der Situation in Dänemark und Deutschland. [11]
  • Berger E, Reichebner C, Eriksen A, Kretzler M, Offermanns M, Heber R, Krause C, Busse R (2020): Das Projekt „Krankenhaus: Impulse für Deutschland aus Dänemark (K:IDD)“. [12]
  • Berger E, Reichebner C, Eriksen A, Aurich H, Kretzler M, Busse R (2020): Wie digitalisiert ist die Gesundheitsversorgung in Dänemark im Vergleich zu Deutschland? [13]
  • Berger E, Reichebner C, Eriksen A, Kretzler M, Busse R (2020): Zentralisierung und Spezialisierung- Dänemarks Spezialisierungspläne als strategisches Planungs- und Steuerungsinstrument am Beispiel der Krebsbehandlung. [14]
  • Kretzler M, Berger E, Reichebner C, Offermanns M, Heber R, Krause C, Schulz M, Busse R (2020): Deutschland und Dänemark: verschiedene Welten? Ein umfassender Vergleich der Gesundheitssysteme. [15]
  • Reichebner C, Berger E, Eriksen A, Kretzler M, Busse R (2020): Jahrzehnte der Transformation: Eine Analyse Dänemarks Struktur- und Krankenhausreform. [16]
  • Goodyear-Smith F, Kinder K, Mannie C, Strydom S, Bazemore A, Phillips Jr RL (2021): Relationship between the perceived strength of countries’ primary care system and COVID-19 mortality: an international survey study. [17]
  • Brammli-Greenberg S, Waitzberg R (2020): Integrating public and private insurance in the Israeli health system: an attempt to reconcile conflicting values. [18]
  • van Ginneken E, Waitzberg R, Barnes A, Quntin W, Smatana M, Rice T (2020): Achieving Person-Centred Health Systems: Evidence, Strategies and Challenges. [19]


  • Waitzberg R, Quentin W, Daniels E, Perman V, Brammli-Greenberg S, Busse R, Greenberg D (2019): The 2010 expansion of activity-based hospital payment in Israel: an evaluation of effects at the ward level [20]
  • Bachner F, Bobek J, Habimana K, Ladurner J, Lepuschütz L, Ostermann H, Rainer L, Schmidt A, Zuba M, Quentin W, Winkelmann J (2019): Das österreichische Gesundheitssystem - Akteure, Daten Analysen / Austria health system review. [21]
  • Hsiao A, Vogt V, Quentin W (2019): Effect of corruption on perceived difficulties in healthcare access in sub-Saharan Africa. [22]
  • Brammli-Greenberg S, Glazer J, Waitzberg R (2019): Modest risk-sharing significantly reduces health plans’ incentives for service distortion. [23]


  • Blümel M, Busse R (2018): The “Bismarck-Model”: Germany’s health insurance system in its historical context. [24]
  • Hsiao A, Hall HA, Mogasale V, Quentin W (2018): The health economics of cholera: A systematic review [25]


  • Opoku D, Stephani V, Quentin W (2017): A realist review of mobile phone-based health interventions for non-communicable diease management in sub_Saharan Africa [26]
  • Van den Heede K, Quentin W, Dubois C, Devriese S, Van de Voorde C (2017): The 2016 proposal for the reorganisation of urgent careprovision in Belgium: A political struggle to co-locateprimary care providers and emergency departments [27]
  • Kostova NM, Chichevalieva S, Ponce NA, van Ginneken E, Winkelmann J (2017): The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia [28]
  • Stephani V, Sommariva S, Spranger A, Ciani O (2017): Non-communicable diseases: mapping research funding organisations, funding mechanisms and research practices in Italy and Germany. [29]


  • Alexa J, Recka L, Votápková J, van Ginneken E, Spranger A, Wittenbecher F (2015): Czech Republic - Health system review. Health Systems in Transition, 2015; 17(1):1–165 [30]
  • van Ginneken E (2015): Perennial Health Care Reform - The Long Dutch Quest for Cost Control and Quality Improvement [31]
  • van Ginneken E, Kroneman M (2015): Long-term care reform in the Netherlands: too large to handle? [32]
  • Habicht T, Habicht J, van Ginneken E (2015): Strategic purchasing reform in Estonia: Reducing inequalities in access while improving care concentration and quality [33]
  • de Pietro C, Camenzind P, Sturny I, Crivelli L, Edwards-Garavoglia S, Spranger A, Wittenbecher F, Quentin W (2015): Switzerland Health System review [34]
  • Spranger A, Calteux A, Berthet F, van Ginneken E (2015): Key reforms and challenges for the Luxembourg health system [35]
  • Spranger A, Votápková J, Alexa J, Recka L, van Ginneken E (2015): Financial Sustainability of the Czech Health System: Is History Repeating Itself? [36]


  • Kristensen SR, Bech M, Quentin W (2014): A roadmap for comparing readmission policies with application to Denmark, England and the United States. Health Policy [37]
  • Mitenbergs U, Brigis G, Quentin W (2014): Healthcare financing reform in Latvia: Switching from social health insurance to NHS and back? Health Policy 118(2): 147-152; doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2014.09.013 [38]
  • Rice T, Unruh LY, Rosenau P, Barnes AJ, Saltman RB, van Ginneken E. Challenges facing the United States of America in implementing universal coverage. BullWorld Health Organ. 2014 Dec 1;92(12):894-902. [39]
  • Schweppenstedde D, Hinrichs S, Ogbu UC, Schneider EC, Kringos DS, Klazinga NS, Healy J, Vuorenkoski L, Busse R, Guerin B, Pitchforth E, Nolte E (2014): Regulating quality and safety of health and social care – International experiences. Santa Monica: RAND [40]


  • Hofmarcher M, Quentin W (2013): Austria: Health system review. Health Systems in Transition. 15(7): 1– 291 [41]
  • Hofmarcher M, Quentin W, van Ginneken E (2013): Governed coordination in the Austrian health system: A remedy for fragmentation? Eurohealh 19(3): 36-40. [42]
  • Karanikolos M, Murauskiene L, Van Ginneken E (2013): Pursuing health care efficiency in Lithuania. Eurohealth 2013; 19(3): 44-47 [43]
  • Lai T, Habicht T, Kahur K, Reinap M, Kiivet R, van Ginneken E (2013): Estonia: health system review. Health Systems in Transition, 2013; 15(6):1–196. [44]
  • Mitenbergs U, Taube M, Misins J, Mikitis E, Martinsons A, Rurane A, Quentin W (2013): Latvia: health system review. Health Syst Transit. 2012 Aug 14(8):1-191 [45]
  • Murauskiene L, Janoniene R, Veniute M, van Ginneken E, Karanikolos M (2013): Lithuania: health system review. Health Systems in Transition 2013, 15(2):1-150 [46]
  • Rice T, Rosenau P, Unruh LY, Barnes AJ, Saltman RB, Van Ginneken E (2013): The United States health system: transition towards universal coverage. Eurohealth 2013; 19(3): 41-44 [47]
  • Rice T, Rosenau P, Unruh LY, Barnes AJ, Saltman RB, van Ginneken E (2013): United States of America: health system review. Health Systems in Transition, 2013;15(3):1-431 [48]


  • Busse R, Valentine N, Lessof S, Prasad A, Van Ginneken E (2012): Being responsive to citizens’ expectations: the role of health services in responsiveness and satisfaction. In: MCKEE M, FIGUERAS J (eds.) Health Systems: ... [49]
  • O’Reilly J, Busse R, Häkkinen U, Or Z, Street A, Wiley M (2012): Paying for hospital care: the experience with implementing activity-based funding in five European countries. Health Economics, Policy and Law 7(1): 73-101 (DOI: 10.1017/S1744133111000314) [50]
  • Smith PC, Anell A, Busse R, Crivelli L, Healy J, Lindahl AK, Westert G, Kene T (2012): Leadership and Governance in Seven Developed Health Systems. Health Policy 106(1): 37-49 (DOI:10.1016/j.healthpol.2011.12.009) [51]


  • Busse R (2011): eHealth-Entwicklungen international – Stand und Perspektiven. In: Braun, G, Picot A (Hrsg.) Telemonitoring in Gesundheits- und Sozialsystemen - Eine eHealth-Lösung mit Zukunft. Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer, S. 27-37 [52]
  • Gaál P, Szigeti Sz, Panteli D, Gaskins M, vanGinneken E (2011): Major challenges ahead for Hungarian healthcare. BMJ 2011; 343 [53]
  • Scheller-Kreinsen D, Quentin W, Geissler A, Busse R (2011): DRG-type hospital payment systems in Europe: the German G-DRG system and the English Health Care Resources Groups (HRGs). In: Klusen N, ... [54]
  • Vuong DA, Van Ginneken E, Morris J, Ha St, Busse R (2011): Mental health in Vietnam – burden of disease and availability of services. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 4(1): 65-70 [55]
  • Wismar M, Palm W, Figueras J, Ernst K, van Ginneken E (eds.) (2011): Cross-Border Healthcare in the EU: Mapping and Analysing Practices and Policies. Copenhagen: WHO on behalf of European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies [56]
  • Zentner A, Busse R (2011): Bewertung von Arzneimitteln – wie gehen andere Länder vor? G+G Wissenschaft 11(1): 25-34 [57]


  • Zentner A, Busse R (2011): Bewertung von Arzneimitteln – wie gehen andere Länder vor? G+G Wissenschaft 11(1): 25-34 [58]


  • Schreyögg J, Bäumler M, Busse R (2009): Balancing adoption and affordability of medical devices in Europe. Health Policy 92: 218-224 [59]


  • Krajewski Siuda K, Romaniuk P, Gericke CA. Political analysis of the conception of the Polish National Health Fund. J Public Health (Berl) 2008, 16: 153-159. [60]
  • Schlette S, Blum K, Busse R (eds.) (2008): Health Policy Developments 9. Focus on Mental Health, New Role for Hospitals, Search for the right Funding Mix. Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers [61]
  • Schreyögg J (2008): A micro-costing approach to estimating hospital costs for appendectomy in a Cross-European. Health Economics 17(S1): S59-S69 [62]
  • Schreyögg J, Tiemann O, Stargardt T, Busse R (2008): Cross-country comparisons of costs: the use of episode-specific transitive purchasing power parities with standardised cost categories. Health Economics 17(S1): S95-S103 [63]
  • Stargardt T (2008): Health service costs in Europe: cost and reimbursement of primary hip replacement in nine countries. Health Economics 17(S1): S9-S20 [64]
  • Tiemann O (2008): Variations in hospitalisation costs for acute myocardial infarction - a comparison across Europe. Health Economics 17(S1): S33-S45 [65]
  • van Ginneken E, Busse R, Gericke CA (2008):Universal private health insurance in the Netherlands: The first year. Journal of Management & Marketing in Healthcare 1(2): 139-153 [66]


  • Busse R, Schreyögg J, Gericke CA (2006): Financing health in high-income countries. In: Gottret P, Schieber G (eds.) Health Financing Revisited - A Practitioner's Guide. Washington, DC: World Bank, S. 279-310 [67]
  • Busse R, Schreyögg J, Smith P (2006): Editorial: Hospital case payment systems in Europe. Health Care Management Science 9(3): 211-213 [68]
  • Allin S, Busse R, Dixon A, Figueras J, Mcdaid D, Mossialos E, Nolte E, Rico A, Riesberg A, Thomson S (2006): Health Systems in Transition Template. Copenhagen: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies [69]
  • Gericke CA, Busse R, Sakowska I, Kuszewski K, Maciag A (2006): [Attempt to exclude invasive cardiology services in Poland – Rationing, national sovereignty and European Union law]. Przegl Epidemiol 60: 323-329 [70]
  • Gericke CA (2006): Financing health care in Egypt: Current issues and options for reform. J Public Health (Berl); 14: 29-36 [71]
  • What makes the difference? Analysing methodologies to determine DRGs in nine European countries [72]
  • Wörz M, Foubister T, Busse R (2006): Access to health care in the EU Member States. EuroObserver 8(2): 1-4 [73]


  • Busse R, van Ginneken E, Schreyögg J, Wisbaum W (2005): The health care system and reform in the Netherlands. EuroObserver 7(1): 6-8 [74]
  • Figueras J, Menabde N, Busse R (2005): The road to reform. BMJ 331(7510): 170-171 [75]
  • Gericke CA (2005): Comparison of health care financing arrangements in Egypt and Cuba: lessons for health reform in Egypt. East Mediterr Health J 11 (5/6): 1073-1086 [76]
  • Gericke CA, Kurowski C, Ranson MK, Mills A (2005): Intervention complexity – a conceptual framework to inform priority setting in health. Bull World Health Organ 83: 285-293 [77]
  • Schreyögg J, Stargardt T, Velasco-Garrido M, Busse R (2005): Defining the benefit basket in nine European countries: Evidence from the EU-HealthBASKET project. European Journal of Health Economics 6(Suppl 1): 2-10 [78]


  • Busse R, Saltman RB, Dubois H (2004): Organization and financing of social health insurance systems - current status and recent policy developments. In: Saltman RB, Busse R, Figueras J (eds.) Social health insurance systems in western Europe. Buckingham.. [79]
  • Den Exter A, Hermans H, Dosljak M and Busse R (2004): Busse R, van Ginneken E, Schreyögg J and Wiesbaum W (eds), Health care systems in transition: Netherlands, Copenhagen: European Observatory on Health Care Systems and Policies [80]
  • Figueras J, Saltman RB, Busse R, Dubois H (2004): Patterns and performance in social health insurance systems In: Saltman RB, Busse R, Figueras J (eds.) Social health insurance systems in western Europe. Buckingham: Open University Press, S. 81-140 [81]
  • Gaál P. Health care systems in transition: Hungary. Edited by Riesberg A. Copenhagen, WHO Regional Office for Europe on behalf of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, 2004 [82]
  • Gericke CA, Busse R (2004): Policies for disease prevention in Germany in the Euro­pean context: a comparative analysis. Journal of Public Health 26(3): 230-238 [83]
  • Henke K-D, Schreyögg J (2004): Towards sustainable health care systems, Strategies in health insurance schemes in France, Germany, Japan and the Netherlands - a comparative study. International Social Security Association. London: Transaction Publish.. [84]
  • Hlavacka S, Wágner R, Riesberg A (2004): Health care systems in transition: Slovakia. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe on behalf of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies [85]
  • Schreyögg J (2004): Gerechtigkeit in Gesundheitssystemen aus ökonomischer Perspektive (Justice in health care systems from an economic perspective). Das Gesundheitswesen 66(1): 7-14 [86]


  • Dixon A, Riesberg A, Weinbrenner S, Saka O, Le Grand J, Busse R (2003). Complementary and alternative medicine in the UK and Germany: A synthesis of research and evidence on supply and demand. London, Berlin: Anglo-German Foundation [87]
  • Riesberg A, Gaál P, Busse R (2003): Hungary - a «cautious reformer». Euro Observer 5(2): 3-5 [88]


  • Busse R (2002): Health care systems: Germany and Britain compared/ Health care delivery - towards an agenda for policy learning between Britain and Germany. London: Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society [89]
  • Busse R (2002): Health care systems in EU pre-accession countries and European integration. Arbeit & Sozialpolitik 56(5/6): 40-49 [90]
  • Busse R (2002): The Netherlands. In: European Observatory on Health Care Systems (ed.) Health care systems in eight countries – trends and challenges. London: London School of Economics, p. 61-73 [91]
  • Normand C, Busse R (2002): Social health insurance financing. In: Mossialos E, Dixon A, Figueras J, Kutzin J (eds) Funding Health Care – Options for Europe. Buckingham: Open University Press, p. 59-79 [92]
  • Saltman RB, Busse R, Mossialos E (eds) (2002): Regulating Entrepreneurial Behaviour in European Health Care Systems. Buckingham: Open University Press [93]


  • Busse R (2001): Expenditure on health care in the EU: making projections for the future based on the past. European Journal of Health Economics 2(4): 158-161 [94]
  • Busse R, Zappacosta M (2001): Systemic surgery: a new social contract for health care. Foresight – the journal of futures studies, strategic thinking and policy 3(4): 369-375 [95]


  • Paton C, Bellanger M, Berman PC, Busse R, Hunter D(2000): The Impact of Market Forces on Health Systems – A Review of the Evidence in the 15 European Union Member States (in 2 volumes); also in German and French. Dublin: European Health Management Assoc [96]


  • Jakubowski E, Busse R (1998): Health care systems in the EU – A comparative study (Public Health and Consumer Protection Series SACO 101); also in German (1999) and French (1999). Luxembourg: European Parliament [97]

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