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Applying priority-setting frameworks: A review of public and vulnerable populations' participation in health-system priority setting.

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Summary of "Applying priority-setting frameworks: A review of public and vulnerable populations' participation in health-system priority setting."

There is a growing body of literature that describes, applies, and evaluates applications of health-system priority-setting frameworks in different contexts. However, little explicit focus has been given to examining operationalization of the stakeholder participation component of these frameworks. The literature identifies the public as a stakeholder group and recommends their participation when applying the frameworks.

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Name: Health policy (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
ISSN: 1872-6054
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