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Patient mobility in the European union

Magdalene Rosenmöller

Patient mobility in the European union

learning from experience

by Magdalene Rosenmöller

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Published by World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel,
  • Medical policy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Magdalene Rosenmöller, Martin McKee, Rita Baeten
    ContributionsWorld Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA783.5 .P29 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 194 p. :
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25550258M
    ISBN 109289022876
    ISBN 109789289022873
    OCLC/WorldCa76950602

      Edited by Magdalene Rosenmöller, Mertin McKee, Rita Baeten.. EU: European Observatory, With the freedom of movement inherent in the creation of the European Union (EU), European citizens are able to use the health systems of neighbouring countries. The EU has created several mechanisms to cope with this situation: the E and E schemes and the European Author: Francesc Cots. Cross Border Healthcare and Patient Mobility Guidance for the NHS Advice on handling requests from patients for treatment in countries of the European Economic Area (EEA) and requests The EEA includes the 28 Member States of the European Union (EU) plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The File Size: 2MB.

      #### European legal basis for patient mobility The legal basis for patient mobility in Europe was established in through regulation / In two rulings by the European Court of Justice (the cases of Kohll3 and Decker) relating to spectacles and orthodontic treatment, established that individuals could obtain certain goods and medical service Cited by: healthcare systems in the European Union. Notwithstanding the limited size of cross-border patient mobility and Member States’ prerogatives, the European Commission thus seeks an active role in one of the last bulwarks of Member States’ legitimacy: healthcare. The scholarly attention to the impact of European integration on healthcare states.

    Patient mobility: the context and issues --Cross-border care in the south: Slovenia, Austria and Italy --Cross-border care in the north: Estonia, Finland and Latvia. Responsibility: edited by Magdalene Rosenmöller, Martin McKee, Rita Baeten. Cross-border patient mobility in the European Union: in search of benefits from the new legal framework The number of patients within the European Union (EU) deliberately travelling to another EU Member State to receive planned health care is relatively small. People generally prefer to be treated as close to home as.


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Patient mobility in the European union by Magdalene Rosenmöller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Patient Mobility in the European Union: Learning from Experience Hardcover. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $ 4 Used from $ Format: Hardcover. Patient Mobility in the European Union Learning from experience This book has been elaborated under theEurope for Patients project and is published under the auspices of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies.

The EU has created several mechanisms to cope with this situation: the E and E schemes and the European Health Insurance Card. This book, which is the result of a research project carried out in several European countries, illustrates several problems. Patient mobility in the European union book al Patient mobility in the European Union.

BMJ –Author: Francesc Cots. The aim of this book is to study the current European health care market and discuss the hypothesis of a European right of citizenship with reference to health-care services. It examines patients' mobility from several perspectives: determinants of patient mobility, governance of cross-border mobility at EU level as concerns patients and health-care professionals, policy.

Patient mobility in the European Union. This book aims to contribute to the continuing debate on a legal framework for cross-border health care. (European Commission, ), patient Author: Helena Legido-Quigley.

This book has been elaborated under the Europe for Patients project and is published under the auspices of the European O bser vatory on Health Systems and P olicies The Europe for P atients.

The number of patients within the European Union (EU) deliberately travelling to another EU Member State to receive planned health care is relatively small. People generally prefer to be treated as close to home as possible, with providers speaking their own language, surrounded by relatives and in a system they are familiar by: 7.

Publications Patient mobility in the European Union. Learning from experience () Publications. Key publications. Policy documents. Those responsible for delivering health care may see advantages in the opportunities created by the European Union, by sharing capacity in sparsely populated border areas or ensuring access to highly.

“Follow-up to the high level reflection process on patient mobility and healthcare developments in the European Union”, COM() final, dating from 20 April L. Kubosova, “EU executive to tackle patient mobility in new social package”, EUobserver, 2 JulyFile Size: 51KB.

“A Literature Review of Cross-Border Patient Mobility in the European Union” has been carried out in the “Europe for Patients” project. By its full name, “The Future for Patients in Europe” is a European Research Project, part of the Scientific Support to Policies (SSP) component of the European Union’s 6th Framework Size: KB.

As the case studies in this book reveal, mobility of patients across Europe’s borders is a somewhat marginal phenomenon as most patients prefer to be treated as near to home as possible, close to their relatives, in a system they are familiar with, and with providers who speak their language, where they know.

Patient mobility in the European Union: learning from experience. View/ Open. (‎Kb)‎. | European legal basis for patient mobility The legal basis for patient mobility in Europe was established in through regulation / 2: • The E scheme enabled people temporarily abroad to get treatment if they became ill, with care being paid for by Cited by: Patient mobility in the European Union.

Contributors and sources: This article summarises key findings from a major study on patient mobility in Europe 5 and systematic reviews of projects to support patient mobility in Europe; mechanisms for assuring quality of care in Europe; and legal aspects of cross border care within the EU.

In addition, the findings were discussed with other researchers and with Cited by: HIGH LEVEL PROCESS OF REFLECTION ON PATIENT MOBILITY AND HEALTHCARE DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION INTRODUCTION The high level process of reflection on patient mobility and healthcare developments in the European Union was convened by the Commission following the conclusions of the Health Council on 26 June Y.

Jorens and M. Coucheir, “Patient mobility in the European Union: the European framework in relation to patient mobility.” Brussels, Belgium, @misc{, author = {Jorens, Yves and Coucheir, Michael}, language = {eng}, pages = {}, title = {Patient mobility in the European Union: the European framework in relation to patient.

Monday, 29 May The launch of the e4p Case Study book – official title: “Patient Mobility in the European Union: learning from experience” – took place on Monday, 29 May at the European Parliament, hosted by John Bowis, MEP. This case book includes a chapter on cross-border care on the island of Ireland [ ].

The EU has created several mechanisms to cope with this situation: the E and E schemes and the European Health Insurance Card. This book, which is the result of a research project carried out in several European countries, illustrates several problems.

et al Patient mobility in the European Union. The European integration process and the application of the principle of free movement to new areas of social economic life are raising new questions. One of these questions is the potential mobility of patients within the European Union (EU).Cited by:.

For over fifty years, the social security systems of member states have been linked together (coordinated), in order to ensure free movement of workers and citizens in general.

The Court of Justice of the European Union has developed a parallel coordination mechanism, based directly on Treaty provisions on free movement of goods and services. To Cited by: 3.Cross-border patient mobility in the European Union and the Netherlands One key factor influencing a patient’s decision to seek healthcare abroad is the level of satisfaction with the domestic system.

Paul Belcher 1 Introduction The previous chapter presented the European exit options challenging the.Patient Mobility in the European Union: A Freedom to Choose?

Introduction A fundamental freedom to receive cross border medical treatment is granted to citizens of the European Union under the internal market provisions of European Community Law.1 The European Court of Justice has interpreted the extent of, and.