The results showed a clear decline in SDRs in all 22 health care systems between 2000 and 2014 although at different annual changes (slopes). Regression analysis showed that there was a significant difference among the slopes according to provision dimension. Health care systems with a private provision exhibited a slowdown in the decline of amenable mortality over time. It therefore seems that ownership is the most relevant dimension in determining a different pattern of decline in mortality.
All countries experienced decreases in amenable mortality between 2000 and 2014; this decline seems to be partially a reflection of health care systems, especially when affected by the provision dimension. If the private ownership is maintained or promoted by health systems, these findings might be considered when thinking about regulation policies to control factors that might influence health care performance..”
Declining amenable mortality: a reflection of health care systems? Gianino MM1, Lenzi J2, Fantini MP2, Ricciardi W3, Damiani G3 BMC Health Serv Res. 2017 Nov 15;17(1):735. doi: 10.1186/s12913-017-2708-z.