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OECD Reviews of Health Systems: Switzerland 2011

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Five years after the first Review of Switzerland’s health system, the OECD and the World Organization combined their expertise again to report on progress and implementation of health reforms in the Swiss health system. In addition to taking stock of the good overall performance of the Swiss health system, the two organizations propose concrete ways to help the system be more efficient and prepare for the future health needs of the Swiss population. The report focuses on three important issues: health insurance markets, health workforce planning and management and governance of the health system.

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Introduction

This report reviews Switzerland’s health system. It provides an update to the information and analysis presented in the OECD Reviews of Health Systems: Switzerland published by the OECD and the WHO in 2006. In addition, it discusses three central policy issues for Swiss authorities: health insurance, the health workforce and governance of the Swiss health system. The report seeks to examine key aspects of Switzerland’s health system with a view to suggesting priorities for reform and providing insights from which other countries can learn.

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