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Kamphuis, M.E. (author), Korfker, D.G. (author), Detmar, S.B. (author), Hindori, M.P. (author), Boere-Boonekamp, M.M. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), Hindori-Mohangoo, A.D. (author)
Background: Every year approximately 10,000 babies are born in Suriname of which an estimated 400 die in the perinatal period. The main purpose of the Perisur project is to improve perinatal outcomes and improve under-five and maternal health. This study focused on introducing preconception care in Suriname. Methods: Intervention Mapping was...
article 2016
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Rosendal, H. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), de Witte, L.P. (author), Hutubessy, R.C.W. (author), van Beekum, W.T. (author), Heine, R.J. (author)
Objective. Assessing whether the initiation of insulin therapy in patients with diabetes mellitus type 2 can be delivered as effectively in a structured transmural care model as in the more usual outpatients structure. Design. Retrospective comparative cohort study. Method. In 1997 data were collected from 52 patients with diabetes mellitus type...
article 2002
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Oortwijn, W. (author), Banta, D. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), Bouter, L. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
This article describes the actual situation at the beginning of 1999 with regard to identification and priority setting for health technology assessment (HTA) on a national level in the Netherlands. For this purpose the literature on HTA published in 1980-1998, mainly national, was thoroughly reviewed. Many policy documents and other reports...
article 1999
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Oortwijn, W.J. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), Bouter, L. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
Priority setting for the evaluation of health technologies in the Netherlands is exclusively based on the scientific merits of individual research proposals. This process has not resulted in satisfactory allocation of resources. Therefore, societal criteria for setting priorities for health technology assessment have been proposed as an adjunct...
article 1998
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Oortwijn, W.J. (author), Ament, A.J.H.A. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
Rising health care costs, and the recognition that medical technology is a significant contributor to these costs, have provided the stimulus to develop medical technology assessment programmes in the Netherlands. The most important programme in this field is the Investigational Medicine Programme of the Dutch Sick Funds Council. So far,...
article 1996
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Bouter, L. (author), Oortwijn, W. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
De afgelopen jaren heeft het vraagstuk van de optimale verdeling van middelen in de gezondheidszorg veel aandacht gekregen. Het streven naar een optimale verdeling geldt uiteraard eveneens voor middelen die worden besteed aan gezondheidszorgonderzoek. Teneinde zoveel mogelijk maatschappeli jk relevante informatie te genereren, dienen derhalve...
article 1996
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Vondeling, H. (author), Rosendal, H. (author), Banta, D. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
Excimer laser photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) is an experimental treatment to correct myopia (short-sightedness) that is diffusing into use without convincing evidence of safety and efficacy. It has been claimed that PRK may render conventional methods of correcting myopia, such as wearing glasses or contact lenses, obsolete. Since about 25%...
article 1995
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Banta, H.D. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), TNO Preventie en Gezondheid (author)
Evaluating new health care technology that is rapidly diffusing is one of the greatest challenges to researchers and policy-makers. If no evaluation is done until the technology is mature, evaluation will not influence processes of diffusion. If evaluation is done early, it may be irrelevant when it is completed because of developments in the...
article 1994
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Banta, H.D. (author), Vondeling, H. (author), Instituut voor verouderings- en vaatziekten onderzoek TNO (author)
This paper considers the diffusion of the 10 cases presented in this issue. Most of the cases have diffused relatively slowly. This slow diffusion can be explained by a number of factors, including budgetary restraints, financial incentives, physician conservatism, and lack of appropriate training. A consistent thread in the cases is the...
article 1993
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Vondeling, H. (author), Haerkens, E. (author), de Wit, A. (author), Bos, M. (author), Banta, H.D. (author), Centrum voor medische technologie TNO Instituut voor verouderings- en vaatziekten onderzoek TNO (author)
In the context of the European project, the diffusion of 10 selected cases of minimally invasive therapy (MIT) in the Dutch health care system was documented and analyzed. In each case the diffusion pattern resulting from the balance of stimulating and impeding factors is described, and summarized in a matrix framework. Budgetary pressures, lack...
article 1993
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