By A. Arnaudova
This e-book bargains a short and straightforward approach to take hold of the fundamental positive aspects of overall healthiness and health and wellbeing platforms within the EU's buddies. every one bankruptcy presents a concise review of key overall healthiness symptoms in 1 of the 12, evaluating them to three averages for the european: for its 25 present contributors the 15 individuals sooner than may possibly 2004 and the ten new participants. each one bankruptcy additionally summarizes the most important good points of the country's health and wellbeing method and describes the result of greater than a decade of healthiness approach reform.
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Self-inflicted injury 8. Liver cancer 9. Nephritis and nephrosis 10. Cirrhosis of the liver Total deaths (%) 19 16 10 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 Note. These figures are based on WHO estimates, not on official mortality statistics. before 1 May 2004. EU10: countries that joined the EU on 1 May 2004. about the new EU neighbours 47 DISEASE BURDEN IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND THE EU Cause Cardiovascular diseases Neuropsychiatric disorders Cancer/Malignant neoplasms Unintentional injuries Non-infectious respiratory diseases Infectious and parasitic diseases Respiratory infections Perinatal conditions Intentional injuries Diabetes Sense organ disorders Total communicable diseases Total noncommunicable diseases Share of disease burden (%) Bosnia and EU15 EU10 Herzegovina 30 17 22 20 27 21 11 17 16 7 6 9 4 7 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 3 2 3 2 2 2 5 5 5 7 5 4 83 87 83 Points to remember ● ● ● health status Noncommunicable diseases dominate the epidemiological profile of the country.
For the period 2006–2007, the Regional Oﬃce for Europe’s work with the country will have such priorities as: ● improving the delivery of health services at both the primary and hospital levels, for instance, by better integrating vertical services such as tuberculosis control and reduction of child and maternal mortality into primary health care; ● strengthening the regulatory framework of the pharmaceutical sector; ● improving the quality and safety of blood services; ● scaling up health promotion and prevention of noncommunicable diseases; ● fostering environmental safety, including injury and traﬃc accident prevention.
Specialized outpatient clinics and hospital inpatient/outpatient services provide secondary care. This care is organized on a territorial basis, so hospitals are funded through the local authorities, which are also the employers of all staﬀ. Inpatient services are predominant, and there is excess capacity for secondary and tertiary care. This is the root cause of a national tendency to ﬁll the available beds, exacerbated by the provision of free drugs to inpatients. PUBLIC/PRIVATE MIX All secondary and tertiary care units are publicly owned.