Results of the coordination reform: Better health, better health services, better economics?

Project managerSverre A. C. Kittelsen
ClientNorges forskningsråd
Client project no.220804
ParticipantsIngrid M.S. Huitfeldt
Snorre Kverndokk
Period2012 - 2015 (ended)

Project description

The project will evaluate whether the coordination reform and its policy instruments contribute to the fulfilment of the aims of the reform, and whether there are unintended consequences for patients, service providers or society in general. The coordination reform aims at better overall and coordinated health and long term care, more services provided by the municipalities, and a strengthened focus on prevention and public health. The project is undertaken in cooperation with HELED and Uni Rokkansenteret .


HERO Working Paper

HERO is the Health economics research programme at the University of Oslo. Here you will only find the publications written by authors here at the Frisch Centre. A complete list is located at http://www.med.uio.no/helsam/forskning/nettverk/hero/publikasjoner/skriftserie/

Kverndokk, S. and H. O. MelbergUsing fees to reduce bed-blocking: A game between hospitals and care providers2016No. 2[PDF]