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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : OOPE / out-of-pocket expenses

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Long Form:   out-of-pocket expenses
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2020 '…If I don. ---
2020 Economic Burden of the Out-of-Pocket Expenses for People with Multiple Sclerosis in France. CI, MS
2019 The costs of seeking healthcare: Illness, treatment seeking and out of pocket expenditures among the urban poor in Delhi, India. ESIS
2019 [Out of pocket expenditure on health during the last year of life of Mexican elderly: analysis of the Enasem]. OA
2018 Out-of-pocket expenses experienced by rural Western Australians diagnosed with cancer. PHI, WA
2018 Sub-national health accounts: Experience from Punjab State in India. CE, CES, GSDP, INR, NSS, SHA, SNHA, THE
2018 The evaluation of Animal Bite Treatment Centers in the Philippines from a patient perspective. ABTCs, PEP
2017 The personal financial burden of chronic rhinosinusitis: A Canadian perspective. CAD, CRS
2016 Out-of-pocket expenditures for childbirth in the context of the Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) cash transfer program to promote facility births: who pays and how much? Studies from Madhya Pradesh, India. JSY
10  2015 Effectiveness of micro health insurance on financial protection: Evidence from India. CHE, MHI, SSP
11  2013 Economic burden to primary informal caregivers of hospitalized older adults in Mexico: a cohort study. ---
12  2012 Out-of-pocket expenses and treatment choice for men with prostate cancer. ---
13  2011 Measuring economic consequences of preterm birth - Methodological recommendations for the evaluation of personal burden on children and their caregivers. ---
14  2004 Out-of-pocket health care expenditures among older Americans with dementia. ---
15  2004 Out-of-pocket health-care expenditures among older Americans with cancer. ---