Scientific publications

Our scientific publications bring you facts and figures about healthcare in Switzerland. We use anonymised insurance data to examine the links between therapy results and the resources deployed, allowing us to draw conclusions about their effectiveness and efficiency.

Note: the publications are presented in their original language and are only available in that language.

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Use of drugs to treat symptoms and acute conditions during pregnancy in outpatient care in Switzerland between 2014 and 2018: analysis of Swiss healthcare claims data

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Change in Colorectal Cancer Tests Submitted for Reimbursement in Switzerland 2012-2018: Evidence from Claims Data of a Large Insurance

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Surgical procedures in inpatient versus outpatient settings and its potential impact on follow-up costs

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Time trends in general practitioners’ home visits for older patients: a retrospective cross-sectional study from Switzerland

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Potentially inappropriate medications and medication combinations before, during and after hospitalizations: an analysis of pathways and determinants in the Swiss healthcare setting

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Are weak or negative clinical recommendations associated with higher geographical variation in utilisation than strong or positive recommendations? Cross-sectional study of 24 healthcare services

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Potentially inappropriate proton-pump inhibitor prescription in the general population: a claims-based retrospective time trend analysis

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Benzodiazepine and Z-Drug Use in Switzerland: Prevalence, Prescription Patterns and Association with Adverse Healthcare Outcomes

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Use of valproate in pregnancy and in women of childbearing age between 2014 and 2018 in Switzerland: a retrospective analysis of Swiss healthcare claims data

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Temporal trends and regional disparities in cancer screening utilization: an observational Swiss claims-based study

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