Accessible Care

Accessible healthcare to everyone does not only shape public health, but it also affects things such as happiness, productivity and social involvement. In its education and research, Erasmus University Rotterdam therefore addresses equal access to healthcare. How do we make sure that medications remain affordable, for example? What are the social outcomes of the Dutch Social Support Act (WMO)? Do all people in the Netherlands receive the same standard of care? How can we use prevention policy to keep as many people as possible healthy in order to prevent that they need care?

Learn more about our research, our numerous educational programmes, and the experts of Erasmus University Rotterdam on the accessibility of healthcare and health equity.

Our experts in the media

We need a policy for informal care

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Eventually the tides will have to turn

Professor Carin Uyl-de Groot fights against rocketing medicine pricing

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Our experts in the field of accessible healthcare

Health Technology

prof.dr. (Carin) CA Uyl - de Groot

Structure and financing

prof.dr. (Marco) M Varkevisser

Health Economics

Health Care Governance

dr. (Lieke) LE Oldenhof
prof.dr. (Roland) RA Bal

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