The COVID-19 outbreak in the care home sector – does ownership matter?
20 July 2020
In this webinar for the 'International Long-term care Policy Network', Florien Kruse of IQ healthcare and Amy Hsu of University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research and Bruyère Research Institute, discuss how ownership can influence the extent to which a nursing home can effectively respond to an epidemic.
Antimicrobial Resistance Policies
Four good practices from the Netherlands
28 May 2020
Download the report Antimicrobial Resistance Policies, Four good practices from the Netherlands' by Niek Stadhouders, Ali Auzin, Stefan Auener, Toine Remers, Patrick Jeurissen, Heiman Wertheim.
Sustainable healthcare for all citizens
29 May 2013
All Dutch citizens have access to healthcare. High quality access at that. Some studies even claim that it is the best healthcare worldwide. Even so good, sustainable healthcare is not a matter of course, not even in our Western world. Why is that? Because care comes at a price. Healthcare in the United States is the most expensive in the world, with us finishing second. We spend twelve percent of all the money earned in our country on healthcare. Plus costs are continuously increasing: five percent every year, which amounts to seven billion Euros for just this cabinet period.