Introduction: The euHS_I (european Health Systems_Indicator) inventory is a comprehensive list of used and/or proposed indicators identified in 43 national and international health system performance assessment (HSPA) and health information initiatives. It was developed in the European BRIDGE Health project within the work stream evaluation of health care systems and contains 2168 health and health system indicators identified in a structured review process (2010-2016). It lists indicator names and corresponding meta-information including definition and classification into 20 thematic chapters along the structure of the Health at a Glance report from 2015 and the OECD health care quality indicators (HCQI) framework.
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Perić N, Hofmarcher-Holzhacker M M, Simon J (2018): Headline indicators for monitoring the performance of health systems: Findings from the european Health Systems_Indicator (euHS_I) survey. Archives of Public Health. 76: 32. doi: 10.1186/s13690-018-0278-0
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