This book explores the concept of public trust in health systems.
In the context of recent events, including public response to interventions to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination uptake and the use of health data and digital health, this important book uses empirical evidence to address why public trust is vital to a well-functioning health system.
In doing so, it provides a comprehensive contemporary explanation of public trust, how it affects health systems and how it can be nurtured and maintained as an integral component of health system governance.
Titel: What Is Public Trust in the Health System? Insights into Health Data Use
Author:Felix Gille is Postdoctoral Researcher at the Digital Society Initiative, University of Zurich.
Publisher: Policy Press
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