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Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Ferro-Luzzi, G., Flückiger, Y., Weber, S. (2006): A Cluster Analysis of Multidimensional Poverty in Switzerland. Geneva: Haute École de Gestion de Genève. Centre de Recherche Appliquée en Gestion Flournoy, R., Yen, I. (1994): The Influence of Comunity Factors on Health. The California Endowment FNORS. (2004) Health Indicators in the European Regions. ISARE Project n° 2001/IND/2101. Forti, E.M., Johnson, J.A., Graber, D.R. (2000): Aging in America: Challenges and Strategies for Health Care Delivery. Journal Health Human Serv Adm Volume 23. No. 2: 203-213 Fox, P. (2001): An Overview of Managed Care. In: Kongstvedt, P.R. The Managed Health Care Handbook, Gaithersburg, 13-15 Gallant, M.P., Dorn, G.P. (2001): Gender and Race Differences in the Predictor of Daily Health Practices Among Older Adults. Health Education Research. Oxford University Press. Volume 16. No. 1: 21-31 Gatzemeier, W. (2006): Expanding the Breast Unit Accrediation Process to Ensure Standardisation of Best Care fo All Women Across Europe. In: Breast Care, (2006; 1: 164-167) Gordon, M.S. (1988): Social Security Policies in Industrial Countries. Cambridge University Press Health Canada (1995): Canadian Perinatal Surveillance System Progress Report. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada. Holly, A., Gardiol, L., Domenighetti, G., Bisig, B. (1998): An Econometric Model of Health Care Utilization and Health Insurance in Switzerland. European Economic Review. Volume 42. Issues 3-5: 513-522 Institute for the Study of Civil Society. Does Marriage Matter? (2006): http://www.civitas.org.uk/pdf/cs31.pdf, 2.9.2006 Josephs, L. (2005): Social-Cultural Barriers to Accessing Health. Summary on Social- Cultural Barriers to Accessing Health for Program Years 2001-2005. Endowment for Health Judge, K., Paterson, I. (2001): Poverty, Income Inequality and Health. Treasury Working Paper. Volume 1. No. 29. New Zealand: New Zealand Treasury Kansas Department of Health and Environment. (2002): Appendix B. Detailed Description of Cluster Analysis Procedure. Kansas Healthy Start Home Visitor Program Evaluation. Final Report. Kansas Department of Health and Environment - 348 -

Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Koulaksazov, S., Todorova, S., Tragakes, E., Hristova, S. (2003): Health Care Systems in Transition: Bulgaria. European Observatory on Health Care Systems. Volume 5. No. 2 Kraemer, R.A., Klasing, A., Homeyer, von I. (2003): The EU Open Method of Co- Ordination: Risks and Chances for Environmental Policy. Paper fort he conference: „Sustinable Development in an Enlarged Union – Linking National Strategies and Strengthening European Coherence“, 27-29 April 2003 in Vienna, Austria Kramers PGN (2003) The ECHI project: health indicators for the European Community. European Journal of Public Health. Volume 13 (3 Supplement): 101-106 Kyprianou, Markos (2006): Preface. In: European guidelines for quality assurance in breast cancer screening and diagnoses. European Commission (HG), Fourth Editon (2006: V) Landesinstitut für den Öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienst Nordrhein Westfalen (lögd). (2005): Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben II). First Interim Report. Bielefeld: lögd Landesinstitut für den Öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienst Nordrhein Westfalen (lögd): Brochure. Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) (2006): http://www.ben-rhm.nrw.de/files/ben-2_flyer.pdf, 06.09.06 Landesinstitut für den Öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienst Nordrhein Westfalen (lögd): Infectious disease reports NRW. Online available at http://www.loegd.nrw.de/1aim- berichte/html/index.html Landesinstitut für den Öffentlichen Gesundheitsdienst Nordrhein Westfalen (lögd): Notifiable infectious diseases in NRW: Annual report 2005 Leichter, H.M., Tryens, J. (2002): Achieving Better Health Outcomes: The Oregon Benchmark Experience. Milbank Memorial Bank Linn, T, Lang, U. (2006): Gestationsdiabetes. In: Diabetologie kompakt. Grundlagen und Praxis, Editor: Schatz, Helmut, Fourth Edition, Stuttgart, 196-202 Lwanga, S.K., Tye, C.K., Ayeni, O. (1999): Teaching Health Statistics. Lessons and Seminar Outlines. Second Edition. Geneva: Word Health Organisation MacNabb, L. (2002): Health Region Peer Groups. Health Statistics Division. Statistics Canada MacNabb L. (2003): Application Of Cluster Analysis Towards The Development of Health Region Peer Groups. Proceedings of the Survey Methods Section. SSC Annual Meeting Marmot, M. (2002): The Influence of Income on Health: Views of an Epidemiologist. Health Affairs. Volume 21. No. 2: 31-46 Marmot, M. (2005): The Status Syndrome. Bloomsbury Publishing - 349 -

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