Health care systems in transition : Hungary, 1999
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe & European Observatory on Health Care Systems. (2000). Health care systems in transition : Hungary, 1999. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108274
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Health care systems in transition : Hungary / written by Péter Gaàl and edited by Annette Riesberg Gaàl, Péter; Riesberg, Annette; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (EUR/04/5046928, 2004)
Better non-communicable disease outcomes: challenges and opportunities for health systems. Hungary Country Assessment: Focus on diabetes Vokó, Zoltán; Beran, David; Pusztai, Zsófia; Bak Pedersen, Hanne; Evetovits, Tamás; Szigeti, Szabolcs (2014)This report reviews health system challenges and opportunities in Hungary to scale up core services for the prevention, early diagnosis and management of diabetes. Diabetes is used in the report as a lens to assess the eff ectiveness of the health system in addressing the NCD burden. Although NCD mortality in general has been decreasing over the past twenty years, the prevalence of diabetes remains high and is growing. The report found good progress implementing innovative intersectorial nutrition policies including the Public Health Product ...
Implementation of WHO's revised drug strategy: rational use of drugs; and WHO'S Action Programme on Essential Drugs: draft resolution proposed by the delegations of Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bhutan, Botswana, Cameroon, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Eritrea, Finland, France, Georgia, Ghana, Guyana, Hungary, Iceland, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lesotho, Lithuania, Malawi, Malaysia, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Syrian Arab Republic, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United Republic of Tanzania, Viet Nam and Zambia World Health Assembly, 47 (A47/A/Conf.Paper No.3, 1994)