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Schut, F.T.
Schut, F.T.
Professor of Health Economics and Policy, ESHPM, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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The Impact of Informal Caregiving for Older Adults on the Health of Various Types of Caregivers
JAM Bom, PLH Bakx, FT Schut, EKA van Doorslaer
The Gerontologist 59 (5), e629-e642, 2019
3582019
Universal mandatory health insurance in the Netherlands: a model for the United States?
WPMM Van de Ven, FT Schut
Health affairs 27 (3), 771-781, 2008
2902008
Market-oriented health care reforms and policy learning in the Netherlands
JK Helderman, FT Schut, TED van der Grinten, WPMM van de Ven
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 30 (1-2), 189-210, 2005
2682005
Do patients choose hospitals with high quality ratings? Empirical evidence from the market for angioplasty in the Netherlands
M Varkevisser, SA van der Geest, FT Schut
Journal of health economics 31 (2), 371-378, 2012
2362012
Rationing and competition in the Dutch health‐care system
FT Schut, WPMM Van de Ven
Health Economics 14 (S1), S59-S74, 2005
1842005
Early results from adoption of bundled payment for diabetes care in the Netherlands show improvement in care coordination
DH de Bakker, JN Struijs, CA Baan, J Raams, JE de Wildt, HJM Vrijhoef, ...
Health affairs 31 (2), 426-433, 2012
1622012
Going formal or informal, who cares? The influence of public long‐term care insurance
P Bakx, C de Meijer, F Schut, E van Doorslaer
Health Economics 24, 631-643, 2015
1402015
Preconditions for efficiency and affordability in competitive healthcare markets: are they fulfilled in Belgium, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands and Switzerland?
WPMM Van de Ven, K Beck, F Buchner, E Schokkaert, FT Schut, ...
Health Policy 109 (3), 226-245, 2013
1372013
Consumer price sensitivity and social health insurer choice in Germany and the Netherlands
FT Schut, S Greß, J Wasem
International journal of health care finance and economics 3, 117-138, 2003
1362003
Sustainability of comprehensive universal long‐term care insurance in the Netherlands
FT Schut, B Van Den Berg
Social Policy & Administration 44 (4), 411-435, 2010
1222010
Access to coverage for high-risks in a competitive individual health insurance market: via premium rate restrictions or risk-adjusted premium subsidies?
WPMM Van de Ven, RCJA Van Vliet, FT Schut, EM Van Barneveld
Journal of Health Economics 19 (3), 311-339, 2000
107*2000
Managed competition in the Netherlands: still work‐in‐progress
WPMM Van de Ven, FT Schut
Health Economics 18 (3), 253-255, 2009
1062009
Effects of purchaser competition in the Dutch health system: is the glass half full or half empty?
FT Schut, WPMM Van de Ven
Health Economics, Policy and Law 6 (1), 109-123, 2011
1052011
Consumer mobility in social health insurance markets: a five-country comparison
T Laske-Aldershof, E Schut, K Beck, S Gresz, A Shmueli, ...
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy 3 (4), 229-241, 2004
1042004
Competition in the Dutch health care sector
E Schut
97*1995
The 2015 long-term care reform in the Netherlands: Getting the financial incentives right?
P Alders, FT Schut
Health Policy 123 (3), 312-316, 2019
902019
Forming and reforming the market for third-party purchasing of health care
WPMM van de Ven, FT Schut, FFH Rutten
Social Science & Medicine 39 (10), 1405-1412, 1994
901994
Health care reform in the Netherlands: balancing corporatism, etatism, and market mechanisms
FT Schut
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 20 (3), 615-652, 1995
871995
Preferences and choices for care and health insurance
B Van den Berg, P Van Dommelen, P Stam, T Laske-Aldershof, ...
Social Science & Medicine 66 (12), 2448-2459, 2008
862008
Design and effects of outcome-based payment models in healthcare: a systematic review
FP Vlaanderen, MA Tanke, BR Bloem, MJ Faber, F Eijkenaar, FT Schut, ...
European Journal of Health Economics 20 (2), 217-232, 2019
802019
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