UHC

Universal Health Coverage

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Universal Health Coverage for Inclusive and Sustainable Development
Akiko Maeda, Edson Araujo, Cheryl Cashin, Joseph Harris, Naoki Ikegami, and Michael R. Reich
2014The World BankDownloadBook
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Moving toward Universal Coverage of Social Health Insurance in Vietnam
Aparnaa Somanathan, Ajay Tandon, Huong Lan Dao, Kari L. Hurt, and Hernan L. Fuenzalida-Puelma
2014The World BankDownloadBook
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Health Insurance - Basic Actuarial ModelsErmanno Pitacco2014SpringerDownloadBook
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Universal Health Coverage for Inclusive and Sustainable Development Lessons from Japan
Naoki Ikegam2014The World BankDownloadBook
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The Wages of Sickness - The Politics of Health Insurance in Progressive America
Beatrix, Hoffman2001
The University of North Carolina Press
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Implementing the Universal Health Coverage: Which Source of Information is More Reliable?
Vinai Leesmidt, Supasit Pannarunothai and Virasakdi Chongsuvivatwong
2001
South East Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health
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The imperative for health promotion in universal health coverage
Gloria Coe, Joy de Beyer2014
Global Health Science and Practice
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Human resources for health development: toward realizing : Universal Health Coverage in Japan
Hidechika Akashi1, Yasuyo Osanai, Rumiko Akashi
2015
Bio Science Trends- Policy Forum
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Creating a supportive legal environment for universal health coverage
David Clarke, Dheepa Rajana and Gerard Schmets
2016World Health OrganizationDownloadBulletin
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Breaking down the barriers to universal health coverage
Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn and Margaret Chan
2017World Health OrganizationDownloadBulletin
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South Africa’s Universal Health Coverage Reforms in the Post-Apartheid Period
Alexander Marius van den Heever
2016Journal of Health PolicyDownloadJournal Article
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Social movements are key towards universal health coverage
Wim De Ceukelaire, Pol De Vos2009The LancetDownloadCorrespondance
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Universal health coverage: access to what?The Lancet2009The LancetDownloadEditorial
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Striving for universal health coverageThe Lancet2010The LancetDownloadEditorial
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The Bangkok Statement on universal health coverageThe Lancet2012The LancetDownloadEditorial
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Mexico: celebrating universal health coverageThe Lancet2012The LancetDownloadEditorial
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The struggle for universal health coverageThe Lancet2012The LancetDownloadEditorial
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Social determinants of health, universal health coverage, and sustainable development: case studies from Latin American countries
Luiz Odorico Monteiro de Andrade, Alberto Pellegrini Filho, Orielle Solar, Félix Rígoli, Lígia Malagon de Salazar, Pastor Castell-Florit Serrate, Kelen Gomes Ribeiro, Theadora Swift Koller, Fernanda Natasha Bravo Cruz, Rifat Atun
2014The LancetDownloadUHC Series Article
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Universal health coverage post-2015: putting people first
The Lancet2014The LancetDownloadEditorial
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Universal Health Coverage—looking to the futureThe Lancet2016The LancetDownloadEditorial
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Improving services for glaucoma care in Nigeria: implications for policy and programmes to achieve universal health coverage
Fatima Kyari, Clare Gilbert, Karl Blanchet, Richard Wormald
2017
British Journal of Opthalmology
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Setting priorities to address cardiovascular diseases through universal health coverage in low- and middle-income countries
David A Watkins, Rachel A Nugent
2015Heart Asia- BMJDownloadJournal Article
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Universal health coverage and the public health workforce
Vivian Lin2014Sage PublicationDownloadFeature article
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Universal Health Coverage: A Unique Policy Opportunity for Oral Health
M.R. Mathur, D.M. Williams, K.S. Reddy, and R.G. Watt
2015Journal of Dental ResearchDownload
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Exploring models for the roles of health systems’ responsiveness and social determinants in explaining universal health coverage and health outcomes
Nicole Britt Valentine & Gouke J. Bonsel
2016Global Health ActionDownloadJournal Article
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Sustainable Development Goals 2016-2030, National Preliminary Report Nepal
National Planning Commission2015Government of NepalDownloadReport
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Assessing Implementation of Nepal’s Free Health Care Policy
Ministry of Health Nepal, RTI International, Care Nepal
2009Ministry of Health, NepalDownloadReport
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Universal health coverage in a regional Nepali hospital: who is exempted from payment?
R. Basnet, B. R. Shrestha, S. B. Nagaraja, B. Basnet, S. Satyanarayana, R. Zachariah
2013Public Health ActionDownloadJournal Article
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Universal Access to Health and Universal Health Coverage: identification of nursing research priorities in Latin America
Silvia Helena De Bortoli Cassiani, Alessandra Bassalobre-Garcia, Ludovic Reveiz
2015
Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem
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Nursing challenges for universal health coverage: a systematic review
Mariana Cabral Schveitzer, Elma Lourdes Campos Pavone Zoboli, Margarida Maria da Silva Vieira
2016
Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem
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A multiprofessional perspective on the principal barriers to universal health coverage and universal access to health in extremely poor territories: the contributions of nursing
Viviane Helena de França, Celina Maria Modena, Ulisses Eugenio Cavalcanti Confalonieri
2016
Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem
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Toward Advanced Nursing Practice along with People-Centered Care Partnership Model for Sustainable Universal Health Coverage and Universal Access to Health
Tomoko Kamei, Keiko Takahashi, Junko Omori, Naoko Arimori, Michiko Hishinuma, Kiyomi Asahara, Yoko Shimpuku, Kumiko Ohashi, Junko Tashiro
2017
Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem
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Nurses’ knowledge of universal health coverage for inclusive and sustainable elderly care services
Fabian Ling Ngai Tung, Vincent Chun Man Yan, Winnie Ling Yin Tai, Jing Han Chen, Joanne Wai-yee Chung, Thomas Kwok Shing Wong
2016
Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem
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Education, leadership and partnerships: nursing potential for Universal Health Coverage
Isabel Amélia Costa Mendes, Carla Aparecida Arena Ventura, Maria Auxiliadora Trevizan, Leila Maria Marchi-Alves, Valtuir Duarte de Souza-Junior
2016
Rev. Latino-Am. Enfermagem
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Universal health coverage still rare in AfricaCMAJ2012
Canadian Medical Association Journal
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High court sanctions law edging US toward universal health coverage
CMAJ2012
Canadian Medical Association Journal
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Free Health Care Policy in Nepal: Recent: Trend and Challenges
Gagan Gurung2009
Journal of Nepal Health Research Council
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Social health insurance: A knowledge-do gap in eastern Nepal
Jha Nilamber, Karki P, Das BP, Chapagain N
2007
Kathmandu University Medical Journal
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Prospects for Sustainable Health Financing in TanzaniaArin Dutta2015Health Policy ProjectDownloadBaseline report
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Universal health coverage and social support in Senegal: a comprehensive approach against tuberculosis
Riccardo Alagna, Mamadou Moussa Diaw, Rosella Centis, Daniela Maria Cirillo and Giorgio Besozzi
2015ERS PublicationDownloadLetter to editor
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Measuring financial protection for health in families with chronic conditions in Rural China
Chunhong Jiang, Jingdong Ma, Xiang Zhang and Wujin Luo
2012BMC Journal of Public HealthDownloadJournal Article
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Controlling cost escalation of healthcare: making universal health coverage sustainable in China
Shenglan Tang, Jingjing Tao, Henk Bekedam
2012BMC Journal of Public HealthDownloadJournal Article
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A community-based approach to noncommunicable chronic disease management within a context of advancing universal health coverage in China: progress and challenges
Nanzi Xiao, Qian Long, Xiaojun Tang, Shenglan Tang
2014BMC Journal of Public HealthDownloadJournal Article
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Is universal health coverage the practical expression of the right to health care?
Gorik Ooms, Laila A Latif, Attiya Waris, Claire E Brolan, Rachel Hammonds, Eric A Friedman, Moses Mulumba and Lisa Forman
2014
BMC Journal of International health and Human Right
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Community perceptions of health insurance and their preferred design features: implications for the design of universal health coverage reforms in Kenya
Stephen Mulupi, Doris Kirigia and Jane Chuma
2013
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Achieving universal health coverage through voluntary insurance: what can we learn from the experience of Lao PDR?
Sarah Alkenbrack, Bart Jacobs and Magnus Lindelow
2013
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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The long walk to universal health coverage: patterns of inequities in the use of primary healthcare services in Enugu, Southeast Nigeria
Ijeoma L Okoronkwo, Obinna E Onwujekwe and Francis O Ani
2014
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Gaps in universal health coverage in Malawi: A qualitative study in rural communities
Gilbert Abotisem Abiiro, Grace Bongololo Mbera and Manuela De Allegri
2014
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Financial protection effects of modification of China’s New Cooperative Medical Scheme on rural households with chronic diseases
Jing Wang, Lina Chen, Ting Ye, Zhiguo Zhang and Jingdong Ma
2014
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Promoting universal financial protection: constraints and enabling factors in scaling-up coverage with social health insurance in Nigeria
Chima A Onoka, Obinna E Onwujekwe, Benjamin S Uzochukwu and Nkoli N Ezumah
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Promoting universal financial protection: a case study of new management of community health insurance in Tanzania
Josephine Borghi, Stephen Maluka, August Kuwawenaruwa, Suzan Makawia, Juma Tantau, Gemini Mtei, Mariam Ally5 and Jane Macha
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Promoting universal financial protection: how the Thai universal coverage scheme was designed to ensure equity
Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Siriwan Pitayarangsarit, Walaiporn Patcharanarumol, Phusit Prakongsai, Hathaichanok Sumalee, Jiraboon Tosanguan and Anne Mills
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Promoting universal financial protection: contracting faith-based health facilities to expand access – lessons learned from Malawi
Maureen L Chirwa, Isabel Kazanga, Giulia Faedo and Stephen Thomas
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Promoting universal financial protection: a policy analysis of universal health coverage in Costa Rica (1940–2000)
Juan Rafael Vargas and Jorine Muiser
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Promoting universal financial protection: evidence from the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) in Gujarat, India
Narayanan Devadasan, Tanya Seshadri, Mayur Trivedi and Bart Criel
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Promoting universal financial protection: evidence from seven low- and middle-income countries on factors facilitating or hindering progress
Di McIntyre, Michael K Ranson, Bhupinder K Aulakh and Ayako Honda
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Promoting universal financial protection: health insurance for the poor in Georgia – a case study
Akaki Zoidze, Natia Rukhazde, Ketevan Chkhatarashvili and George Gotsadze
2013
BMC Health Research Policy and System
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Applying the net-benefit framework for assessing cost-effectiveness of interventions towards universal health coverage
Sennen Hounton and David Newlands
2013
BMC Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation
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Nepal Health Insurance Policy
Ministry of Health, Government of Nepal
2013Ministry of Health, NepalDownloadPolicy
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Household catastrophic payments for tuberculosis care in Nigeria: incidence, determinants, and policy implications for universal health coverage
Kingsley Nnanna Ukwaja, Isaac Alobu, Seye Abimbola and Philip Christy Hopewell
2013
Infectious Disease of Poverty Journal
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Quality use of medicines within universal health coverage: challenges and opportunities
Anita K Wagner, Jonathan D Quick and Dennis Ross-Degnan
2014
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Inputs for universal health coverage: a methodological contribution to finding proxy indicators for inancial hardship due to health expenditure
Priyanka Saksena, Thomas Smith and Fabrizio Tediosi
2014
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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A concise, health service coverage index for monitoring progress towards universal health coverage
Anthony Leegwater, Wendy Wong and Carlos Avila
2015
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Barriers to universal health coverage in Republic of Moldova: a policy analysis of formal and informal out-of-pocket payments
Taryn Vian, Frank G. Feeley, Silviu Domente, Ala Negruta, Andrei Matei and Jarno Habicht
2015
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Perspectives on financing populationbased health care towards Universal Health Coverage among employed individuals in Ghanzi district, Botswana: A qualitative stud
Barnabas Africanus Mbogo and Deborah McGill
2016
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Financial protection of rural health insurance for patients with hypertension and diabetes: repeated cross-sectional surveys in rural China
Xiaoyun Liu, Xiaojie Sun, Yang Zhao and Qingyue Meng
2016
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Achieving universal health coverage in South Africa through a district health system approach: conflicting ideologies of health care provision
Adam Fusheini and John Eyles2016
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Universal health coverage from multiple perspectives: a synthesis of conceptual literature and global debates
Gilbert Abotisem Abiiro and Manuela De Allegri
2015
BMC International Health and Human Rights
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Assessing the universal health coverage target in the Sustainable Development Goals from a human rights perspective
Audrey R. Chapman2016
BMC International Health and Human Rights
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Accelerating health equity: the key role of universal health coverage in the Sustainable Development Goals
Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Anne Mills and Toomas Palu
2015BMC MedicineDownloadJournal Article
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Ethical priority setting for universal health coverage: challenges in deciding upon fair distribution of health services
Ole F. Norheim2016BMC MedicineDownloadJournal Article
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Patients’ experience of using primary care services in the context of Indonesian universal health coverage reforms
Fitriana Murriya Ekawati , Mora Claramita, Krishna Hort, John Furler, Sharon Licqurish and Jane Gunn
2017
BMC Asia Pacific Family Medicine
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Achieving equity within universal health coverage: a narrative review of progress and resources for measuring success
Anna M Rodney and Peter S Hill2014
International Journal for Equity in Health
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Towards universal health coverage for reproductive health services in Ethiopia: two policy recommendations
Kristine Husøy Onarheim , Mieraf Taddesse, Ole Frithjof Norheim, Muna Abdullah and Ingrid Miljeteig
2015
International Journal for Equity in Health
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State budget transfers to Health Insurance Funds for universal health coverage: institutional design patterns and challenges of covering those outside the formal sector in Eastern European high-income countries
Ileana Vilcu and Inke Mathauer2016
International Journal for Equity in Health
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State budget transfers to health insurance funds: extending universal health coverage in low- and middle-income countries of the WHO European Region
Inke Mathauer, Mareike Theisling, Benoit Mathivet and Ileana Vilcu
2016
International Journal for Equity in Health
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Voluntary Health Insurance expenditure in low- and middle-income countries: Exploring trends during 1995–2012 and policy implications for progress towards universal health coverage
Luisa M. Pettigrew and Inke Mathauer
2016
International Journal for Equity in Health
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Inequity in level of healthcare utilization before and after universal health coverage reforms in China: evidence from household surveys in Sichuan Province
Hedda Flatø and Huafeng Zhang
2016
International Journal for Equity in Health
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Health labour market policies in support of universal health coverage: a comprehensive analysis in four African countries
Angelica Sousa, Richard M Scheffler, Grayson Koyi, Symplice Ngah Ngah, Ayat Abu-Agla, Harrison M M’kiambati and Jennifer Nyoni
2014
BMC Human Resource for Health
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Health sector employment: a tracer indicator for universal health coverage in national Social Protection Floors
Xenia Scheil-Adlung, Thorsten Behrendt and Lorraine Wong
2015
BMC Human Resource for Health
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How to meet the demand for good quality renal dialysis as part of universal health coverage in resource-limited settings?
Yot Teerawattananon, Alia Luz, Songyot Pilasant, Suteenoot Tangsathitkulchai, Sarocha Chootipongchaivat, Nattha Tritasavit, Inthira Yamabhai and Sripen Tantivess
2016
BMC Health Research Policy and Systems
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Syrian refugees in Lebanon: the search for universal health coverage
Karl Blanchet, Fouad M. Fouad and Tejendra Pherali
2016BMC Conflict and HealthDownloadJournal Article
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Comments on the article: “Syrian refugees in Lebanon: the search for universal health coverage”
Walid Ammar, Alissar Radi and Fadi El-Jardali
2016BMC Conflict and HealthDownloadJournal Article
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Medicines and universal health coverage: challenges and opportunities
Maryam Bigdeli, Richard Laing, Göran Tomson and Zaheer-Ud-Din Babar
2015
Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice
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Financing Universal Health Coverage in the Post-2015 Agenda
Thematic Group on Health for All
2015
Sustainable Development Solution Network
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Trends in Glaucoma Medication Expenditures under Universal Health Coverage: A National Population-Based Longitudinal Survey in Taiwan
Shin-Lin Chiu, Chiao-Lee Chu, Chih-Hsin Muo, Chiu-Liang Chen, and Shou-Jen Lan
2015Journal of OphthalmologyDownloadJournal Article
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Assessing Fiscal Space for Health in NepalTekabe Belay and Ajay Tondan2011The World BankDownloadReport
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Key Recommendations of High Level Expert Group Report on Universal Health Coverage for India
JS Thakur2011
Indian Journal of Community Medicine
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Operationalizing Universal Health Covergae in Nigeria through Social Health Insurance
Arnold Ikedichi Okpani and Seye Abimbola
2015Nigerian Medical JournalJournal Article
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Impact of Community Based Health Insurance in rural India on Self Medication and Financial Protection of the insured
David M Dror, Arpita Chakraborty, Atanu Majumdar, Pradeep Panda and Ruth Koren
2016
Indian Journal of Medical Research
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Early Implementation of Universal Health Coverage Among Hypertension Subjects in Sleman District of Yogyakarta
Rita Suhadi, Yunita Linawati, Dita M. Virginia, Christianus H. Setiawan
2015
Indonesian Journal of Internal Medicine
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Health Budgeting and Financing in Nepal: Policy Perspectives
Sudeep Uprety and Bipul Lamichhane
2016HERD InternationalDownloadDiscussion Paper
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District Assessment of Health Insurance to support Nepal Health Insurance Support Programme
Sushil Chandra Baral, Bishnu Prasad Dulal, Meera Tandan
2014Ministry of Health, NepalReport
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Designing the Free Drugs List in Nepal: A Balancing Act Between Technical Strengths and Policy Processes
Devika Singh, Waranya Rattanavipapong
2017Sage PublicationDownloadJournal Article
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What level of domestic government health expenditure should we aspire to for universal health coverage?
Di Mcintyre, Filip Meheus, John-Arne Røttingen
2017Cambridge University PressDownloadJournal Article
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Chronic non-communicable diseases and the challenge of universal health coverage: insights from community-based cardiovascular disease research in urban poor communities in Accra, Ghana
Ama de-Graft Aikins, Mawuli Kushitor, Kwadwo Koram, Stella Gyamfi, Gbenga Ogedegbe
2014BMC Journal of Public HealthDownloadJournal Article
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Beyond health aid: would an international equalization scheme for universal health coverage serve the international collective interest?
Gorik Ooms, Rachel Hammonds, Attiya Waris, Bart Criel, Wim Van Damme and Alan Whiteside
2014
BMC Globalization and Health
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Copayment and recommended strategies to mitigate its impacts on access to emergency medical services under universal health coverage: a case study from Thailand Paibul Suriyawongpaisal, Wichai Aekplakorn, Samrit Srithamrongsawat, Chaisit Srithongchai,
Orawan Prasitsiriphon and Rassamee Tansirisithikul
2016
BMC Journal of Health Service Research
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Post universal health coverage trend and geographical inequalities of mortality in Thailand
Suchunya Aungkulanon, Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Kenji Shibuya, Kanitta Bundhamcharoen and Virasakdi Chongsuvivatwong2016
International Journal for Equity in Health
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