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Eline Frouke de Vries is a third year PhD student at Tilburg University and the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment in the Netherlands. She investigates aspects related to payment reform in integrated care, such as barriers and drivers to payment reform, low-value care and regional variation in healthcare spending. Currently, Eline focuses her efforts on two projects: the nine Dutch pioneer sites where population health management initiatives are emerging and bundled payments for integrated birth care. Eline holds a masters degree in Health Economics, Policy and Law, track Health Technology Assessment from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.



  • Integrated Care
  • Health Economics

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Unraveling the drivers of regional variation in healthcare spending by analyzing prevalent chronic diseases

de Vries, E. F., Heijink, R., Struijs, J. N. & Baan, C. A., 2018, In : BMC Health Services Research. 18, 9 p., 323.

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Are low-value care measures up to the task? A systematic review of the literature

de Vries, E. F., Struijs, J. N., Heijink, R., Hendrikx, R. J. P. & Baan, C. A., 18 Aug 2016, In : BMC Health Services Research. 16, 405

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