Dansk Sundhedsinstitut (DSI)

Alternate name: 
Danish Institute for Health Services Research
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The Danish Institute for Health Services Research (DSI) is an independent not-for-profit research organisation established by the State, the Danish Regions and the Local Government in 1975. DSI aims to provide an improved knowledge base for the work and decisions of the Danish health authorities at local, regional and national levels. The institute pursues this objective by collecting, examining and disseminating information, conducting research and providing theoretical and practical counsulting. The main areas of work include hospitals, primary health care, community health services and the pharmaceutical sector.
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Journal Article

Web Article

Denmark - GHO Country statistics. Vol 2014. Geneva: World Health Organisation (WHO); 2014.
Denmark - OECD Countries. Vol 2014. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); 2014.