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Universal Health Coverage by Design: ICT-enabled solutions are the future of equitable, quality health care and resilient health systems UHC Complementary Initiatives S. L. Roth, Mark; Parry, Jane 2177
Universal Health Coverage and the Right to Health: From Legal Principle to Post-2015 Indicators UHC Complementary Initiatives D. Sridhar, M. McKee, G. Ooms, C. Beiersmann, E. Friedman, H. Gouda, P. Hill and A. Jahn 1995
Trends in Glaucoma Medication Expenditures under Universal Health Coverage: A National Population-Based Longitudinal Survey in Taiwan UHC Complementary Initiatives S.-L. Chiu, C.-L. Chu, C.-H. Muo, C.-L. Chen and S.-J. Lan 1981
Towards universal coverage: a policy analysis of the development of the National Health Insurance Scheme in Nigeria Health Insurance C. A. Onoka, K. Hanson and J. Hanefeld 2296
Toward Universal Coverage in Afghanistan: A Multi-stakeholder Assessment of Capacity Investments in the Community Health Worker System UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Edward, C. Branchini, I. Aitken, M. Roach, K. Osei-Bonsu and S. H. Arwal 1975
Synthesizing qualitative and quantitative evidence on non-financial access barriers: implications for assessment at the district level Access - UHC T. S. O'Connell, K. J. A. Bedford, M. Thiede and D. McIntyre 1988
Rural Americans face greater lack of healthcare access Access - UHC M. O'TOOLE 2023
A Review of Realizing the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Goals by 2030: Part 2- What is the Role of eHealth and Technology? UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Hussein 2799
Public Financing for Health Coverage in India: Who Spends, Who Benefits and At What Cost? UHC Complementary Initiatives I. Gupta and S. Chowdhury 2040
Political Economy of Pursuing the Expansion of Social Protection in Health in Mexico UHC Complementary Initiatives O. Gómez-Dantés, M. R. Reich and F. Garrido-Latorre 1980
Place as a predictor of health insurance coverage: A multivariate analysis of counties in the United States Health Insurance L. C. Stone, B. Boursaw, S. P. Bettez, T. Larzelere Marley and H. Waitzkin 1929
The Path Toward Universal Health Coverage: Stakeholder Acceptability of a Primary Care Health Benefits Package in Lebanon UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Yassoub, M. Alameddine and S. Saleh 1625
Long-Term Care Financing: Lessons From France UHC Complementary Initiatives P. Doty, P. Nadash and N. Racco 1666
Hospital Utilization and Universal Health Insurance Coverage: Evidence from the Massachusetts Health Care Reform Act Health Insurance A. Cseh, B. Koford and R. Phelps 1792
Health insurance for people with citizenship problems in Thailand: a case study of policy implementation Health Insurance R. Suphanchaimat, K. Kantamaturapoj, N. Pudpong, W. Putthasri and A. Mills 1726
Health insurance coverage and healthcare utilization among infants of mothers in the national methadone maintenance treatment program in Taiwan Health Insurance S.-Y. Fang, N. Huang, T. Lin, I.-K. Ho and C.-Y. Chen 1610
Financing universal health coverage by cutting fossil fuel subsidies UHC Complementary Initiatives V. Gupta, R. Dhillon and R. Yates 1547
Financing Healthcare for all in India: Towards a Common Goal UHC Complementary Initiatives C. O. Kurian 1607
Financing for Health Coverage in India: Issues and Concerns UHC Complementary Initiatives I. Gupta and S. Chowdhury 1524
Exposing some important barriers to health care access in the rural USA Access - UHC N. Douthit, S. Kiv, T. Dwolatzky and S. Biswas 2205
A concise, health service coverage index for monitoring progress towards universal health coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives W. W. a. C. A. Anthony Leegwater1 2431
Changes in addressing inequalities in access to hospital care in Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra states of India: a difference-in-differences study using repeated cross-sectional surveys Equity - UHC M. Rao, A. Katyal, P. V. Singh, A. Samarth, S. Bergkvist, M. Kancharla, A. Wagstaff, G. Netuveli and A. Renton 1506
The attack on universal health coverage in Europe: recession, austerity and unmet needs UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Reeves, M. McKee and D. Stuckler 1479
The attack on universal health coverage in Europe: different effects in different parts of Europe UHC Complementary Initiatives B. Burström 1646
Access to Medicine in Public Hospitals and Some Crucial Management Issues Access - UHC S. Bandyopadhyay, A. Dutta and A. Ghose 1600
WIP debate on the Post 2015 Health Goals: Universal Health Coverage and Women’s Health identified top of the agenda UHC Complementary Initiatives T. Fillis 1637
Who benefits from removing user fees for facility-based delivery services? Evidence on socioeconomic differences from Ghana, Senegal and Sierra Leone UHC Complementary Initiatives B. McKinnon, S. Harper and J. S. Kaufman 1807
The Way forward for Community-Based Health Insurance Scheme in Funding Health Care among the Rural Communities of Sokoto State, Nigeria Health Insurance I. T. Garba, A. Harun and A. A. Salihu 1687
Universal health coverage: progressive taxes are key UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Yates 1647
Universal health coverage in the Philippines : progress on financial protection goals UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Bredenkamp and L. R. Buisman 1855

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