Title Category Author Hits
The impact of reducing financial barriers on utilisation of a primary health care facility in Rwanda Access - UHC R. S. Dhillon, M. H. Bonds, M. Fraden, D. Ndahiro and J. Ruxin 1980
The Nigerian Social Health Insurance System and the Challenges of Access to Health Care: An Antidote or a White Elephant? Access - UHC O. Nnamuchi 1708
The Path to Universal Health Coverage: Experiences and Lessons from Japan for Policy Actions | UHC Forward: Towards Universal Health Coverage Access - UHC K. Shimazaki 1771
The quest for universal health coverage: achieving social protection for all in Mexico Access - UHC F. M. Knaul, E. González-Pier, O. Gómez-Dantés 2342
The value of health insurance: the access motive Access - UHC J. A. Nyman 1936
Toward Universal Design in Assessing Health Care Experiences Access - UHC L. I. Iezzoni 1476
Towards equity in health in an unequal society Access - UHC G. Bloom and D. McIntyre 1655
Towards universal coverage: examining costs of illness, payment, and coping strategies to different population groups in southeast Nigeria Access - UHC O. P. Ezeoke, O. E. Onwujekwe and B. S. Uzochukwu 2361
Transaction costs of access to health care: Implications of the care-seeking pathways of tuberculosis patients for health system governance in Nigeria Access - UHC S. Abimbola, K. N. Ukwaja, C. C. Onyedum, J. Negin, S. Jan and A. L. C. Martiniuk 1522
Understanding non-enrolment in Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme: a view from beneath Access - UHC F. Asomani 1466
Universal access to pneumonia prevention and care: a call for action Access - UHC K. Källander, M. Young and S. Qazi 1232
Universal access: making health systems work for women Access - UHC T. S. Ravindran 1618
Universal health care coverage Access - UHC American College of Emergency Physicians 1640
Universal health coverage and universal access Access - UHC D. B. Evans, J. Hsu and T. Boerma 1562
Universal Health Coverage Assessment Uganda Access - UHC C. M. Zikusooka, B. Kwesiga, S. Lagony and C. Abewe 1741
Universal Health Coverage Assessment: South Africa Access - UHC D. McIntyre, J. Doherty and J. Ataguba 1600
Universal Health Coverage Assessment: Tanzania Access - UHC G. Mtei and S. Makawia 1613
Universal health coverage in emerging economies: findings on health care utilization by older adults in China, Ghana, India, Mexico, the Russian Federation, and South Africa Access - UHC K. Peltzer, J. Stewart Williams, P. Kowal, J. Negin, J. J. Snodgrass, ... 1393
Universal health coverage: access to what? Access - UHC The Lancet 1636
Use of health care services by Afghan, Iranian, and Somali refugees and asylum seekers living in The Netherlands Access - UHC A. A. M. Gerritsen, I. Bramsen, W. Devillé, L. H. M. van Willigen, J. E. Hovens and H. M. van der Ploeg 1574
Vouchers as demand side financing instruments for health care: A review of the Bangladesh maternal voucher scheme Access - UHC J.-O. Schmidt, T. Ensor, A. Hossain and S. Khan 1964
What does 'access to health care' mean? Access - UHC M. Gulliford, J. Figueroa-Munoz, M. Morgan, D. Hughes, B. Gibson, R. Beech and M. Hudson 2060
WHO | Access to health care and the financial burden of out-of-pocket health payments in Latvia Access - UHC K. Xu, P. Saksena, G. Carrin, M. Jowett, J. Kutzin and A. Rurane 1980
WHO | An empirical model of access to health care, health care expenditure and impoverishment in Kenya: learning from past reforms and lessons for the future Access - UHC WHO 1514
WHO | Health service utilization and the financial burden on households in Viet Nam: the impact of social health insurance Access - UHC WHO 1502
WHO | Rich-poor differences in health care financing Access - UHC A. Preker, G. Carrin, D. Dror, M. Jakab, W. Hsiao and D. Arhin-Tenkorang 2459
WHO | The elimination of user fees in Uganda: impact on utilization and catastrophic health expenditures Access - UHC WHO 2287
Who can afford health care? Evaluating the socio-economic conditions and the ability to contribute to health care in a post-conflict area in DR Congo Access - UHC S. Gerstl, J. Sauter, J. Kasanda and A. Kinzelbach 1812
Women's access to health care in developing countries Access - UHC D. Nash Ojanuga and C. Gilbert 2183

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