Dina Balabanova focuses on Health care, Health policy, Economic growth, Global health and Health care reform. Her studies deal with areas such as Anecdotal evidence, Rural area and Knowledge management as well as Health care. Her Health policy study is related to the wider topic of Public health.
Her work deals with themes such as Economic collapse and Sustainable development, which intersect with Economic growth. Her research integrates issues of Commission, Human rights and Child development in her study of Global health. Her Health care reform research focuses on Public economics and how it connects with Accountability.
Her primary scientific interests are in Economic growth, Health care, Health policy, Public health and Healthcare system. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Economic growth, Development economics are connected with Poverty and other disciplines. Her research in the fields of Health care reform overlaps with other disciplines such as Context.
Her research investigates the link between Health care reform and topics such as Public economics that cross with problems in Accountability. Her Health policy research incorporates themes from Global health, Health education and Health promotion. Her research investigates the link between Public health and topics such as Environmental health that cross with problems in Measles.
Her main research concerns Public health, Public relations, Health care, Psychological intervention and Corruption. Her Public health study incorporates themes from China and Patient pathway. Her Health care study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Public economics, Health facility, Accountability, Empirical research and Competence.
She usually deals with Accountability and limits it to topics linked to Social engagement and Economic growth. Her study looks at the relationship between Psychological intervention and fields such as Scale, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. She brings together Systems research and Health policy to produce work in her papers.
Her primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Public health, Incentive, MEDLINE and Corruption. Her study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nursing research, Social constructionism, Nominal group technique and Sociology of scientific knowledge. Her Public health research includes themes of Medical services, Health care and China.
Her study on Corrupt practices is often connected to Narrative as part of broader study in Corruption. Her Primary research research integrates issues from Economic growth and Scale. Dina Balabanova works in the field of Economic growth, focusing on Global health in particular.
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A future for the world's children? A WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission
Helen Clark;Awa Marie Coll-Seck;Anshu Banerjee;Stefan Peterson.
The Lancet (2020)
To retain or remove user fees?: reflections on the current debate in low- and middle-income countries.
Chris D James;Kara Hanson;Barbara McPake;Dina Balabanova.
Applied Health Economics and Health Policy (2006)
Health service utilization in the former soviet union: evidence from eight countries.
Dina Balabanova;Martin McKee;Joceline Pomerleau;Richard Rose.
Health Services Research (2004)
Good Health at Low Cost 25 years on: lessons for the future of health systems strengthening
Dina Balabanova;Anne Mills;Lesong Conteh;Baktygul Akkazieva.
The Lancet (2013)
Understanding informal payments for health care: the example of Bulgaria.
Dina Balabanova;Martin McKee.
Health Policy (2002)
Health systems factors influencing maternal health services: a four-country comparison.
Justin Oliver Parkhurst;Loveday Penn-Kekana;Duane Blaauw;Dina Balabanova.
Health Policy (2005)
Under-the-counter payments for health care: Evidence from Bulgaria
Evgenia Delcheva;Dina Balabanova;Martin McKee.
Health Policy (1997)
Health Care Reform in the Former Soviet Union: Beyond the Transition
Dina Balabanova;Bayard Roberts;Erica Richardson;Christian Haerpfer.
Health Services Research (2012)
The Influence of Health Systems on Hypertension Awareness, Treatment, and Control: A Systematic Literature Review
Will Maimaris;Jared Paty;Pablo Perel;Helena Legido-Quigley.
PLOS Medicine (2013)
Understanding and measuring quality of care: dealing with complexity.
Johanna Hanefeld;Timothy Powell-Jackson;Dina Balabanova.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2017)
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