European Health Care Outcomes, Performance and Efficiency

In the beginning of 2010, the EuroHOPE (European Health Care Outcomes, Performance and Efficiency), a new European four-year research project has been launched to evaluate the performance of European health care systems in terms of outcomes, quality, use of resources and costs.

The EuroHOPE is coordinated by Centre for Health and Social Economics (CHESS) at the National Institute for Health and Welfare - THL.

The project is financed by the European Union and belongs into seventh Framework Program (FP7) of the European Commission.


 What is at the focal point of the EuroHOPE?



The evaluation of the performance of European health care systems in terms of outcomes, quality, use of resources and costs on five key public health problems and diseases:

  • acute myocardial infarction
  • stroke
  • hip fracture
  • breast cancer
  • and low-birth-weight infants



 


EuroHOPE brochure

[May. 7th 2014]