Robert G. Evans mostly deals with Health care, Family medicine, Actuarial science, Empirical evidence and Public relations. Robert G. Evans has included themes like Nursing, Cost escalation and Public economics in his Health care study. The Cost escalation study combines topics in areas such as Developed country, Demographic economics, Population ageing, Health policy and Health promotion.
His Family medicine research includes themes of Medical prescription, Prescription drug, MEDLINE and Comorbidity. His Medical prescription study incorporates themes from Odds ratio and Drug. When carried out as part of a general Actuarial science research project, his work on Fee Schedule is frequently linked to work in Humanities, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Robert G. Evans focuses on Health care, Economic growth, Health policy, Health services and Public economics. His Health care research integrates issues from Nursing, Public health, Public relations, Public administration and Cost escalation. As part of the same scientific family, Robert G. Evans usually focuses on Public relations, concentrating on Physician supply and intersecting with Family medicine.
His research integrates issues of Quality, Government and Politics in his study of Economic growth. His Health policy study also includes fields such as
Robert G. Evans mainly investigates Health policy, Economic growth, Economic shortage, Per capita and Public economics. Robert G. Evans combines subjects such as Public interest, Social responsibility, Profit and Significant negative correlation with his study of Health policy. His studies deal with areas such as Prime minister, Globalization, Ideology and Public administration as well as Economic growth.
In his study, Fee-for-service, Gerontology, Physician shortage and Demography is strongly linked to Payment, which falls under the umbrella field of Per capita. His Public economics research incorporates elements of Red queen, Control, Cost curve, Health care cost and Population health. Health care covers he research in Population health.
His primary areas of investigation include Economic growth, Per capita, Payment, Medical training and Certification. His Economic growth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Net migration rate and Demographic economics. His Per capita study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Conventional wisdom, Fee-for-service, Gerontology and Physician shortage.
His work deals with themes such as Demography and Primary care, which intersect with Payment. His study in Family medicine extends to Medical training with its themes.
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Why are some people healthy and others not? : the determinants of health of populations
Robert G. Evans;Morris L. Barer;Theodore R. Marmor.
Canadian Journal of Economics (1995)
Producing Health, Consuming Health Care
R.G. Evans;G.L. Stoddart.
Centre for Health Services and Policy Research (1990)
Why are Some People Healthy and Others Not? The Determinants of the Health of Populations.
Constance A. Nathanson;Robert G. Evans;Morris L. Barer;Theodore R. Marmor.
Contemporary Sociology (1995)
How does direct-to-consumer advertising (DTCA) affect prescribing? A survey in primary care environments with and without legal DTCA
Barbara Mintzes;Morris L. Barer;Richard L. Kravitz;Ken Bassett.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2003)
Strained mercy : the economics of Canadian health care
J.A. Boan;Robert G. Evans.
Influence of direct to consumer pharmaceutical advertising and patients' requests on prescribing decisions: two site cross sectional survey
Barbara Mintzes;Morris L Barer;Richard L Kravitz;Arminée Kazanjian.
Controlling health expenditures--the Canadian reality.
Robert G. Evans;Jonathan Lomas;Morris L. Barer;Roberta J. Labelle.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1989)
Age, costs of acute and long-term care and proximity to death: evidence for 1987-88 and 1994-95 in British Columbia.
K Mcgrail;B Green;M L Barer;R G Evans.
Age and Ageing (2000)
APOCALYPSE NO: Population Aging and The Future of Health Care Systems
Robert G. Evans;Kimberlyn M. McGrail;Steven G. Morgan;Morris L. Barer.
Canadian Journal on Aging-revue Canadienne Du Vieillissement (2001)
“Breakthrough” drugs and growth in expenditure on prescription drugs in Canada
Steven G Morgan;Kenneth L Bassett;James M Wright;Robert G Evans.
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