Discussion Paper 27

Volume and productivity of the Hungarian inpatient health care – a case study

Antónia Hüttl and Ágnes Nagy

Kopint‐Tárki Konjunktúrakutató Intézet Zrt (TARKI), Budapest, Hungary

 

Introduction

This case study, after a short outline of measuring non-market services, investigates how output and productivity of inpatient health services could be measured in Hungary, based
on available data. It focuses mainly on methodological issues. Related topics like the health status of the population and the health spending in Hungary are summarized in two Annexes.


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