Title Category Author Hits
Impact of Universal Health Care Coverage on patient demand for health care services in Thailand Access - UHC J. Panpiemras, T. Puttitanun, K. Samphantharak and K. Thampanishvong 2496
Improving access for the poorest to public sector health services: insights from Kirivong Operational Health District in Cambodia Access - UHC B. Jacobs and N. Price 1384
Improving access to health care for malaria in Africa: a review of literature on what attracts patients Access - UHC J. Kizito, M. Kayendeke, C. Nabirye, S. Staedke and C. Chandler 1363
Improving Access to Health Care: A Consensus Ethical Framework to Guide Proposals for Reform Access - UHC M. A. Levine, M. K. Wynia, P. M. Schyve, J. R. Teagarden, D. A. Fleming, S. K. Donohue, R. J. Anderson, J. Sabin, E. J. Emanuel and P. Ethical Force 1336
Improving the public health sector in South Africa: eliciting public preferences using a discrete choice experiment Access - UHC A. Honda, M. Ryan, R. van Niekerk and D. McIntyre 1542
Increasing access to ‘free’ health services: are health workers not a missing link? Access - UHC J. Campbell, J. A. Oulton, B. McPake and J. Buchan 1310
Indicators for Universal Health Coverage: can Kenya comply with the proposed post-2015 monitoring recommendations? Access - UHC V. Obare, C. Brolan and P. Hill 1505
Indigence and access to health care in sub-Saharan Africa Access - UHC F. Stierle, M. Kaddar, A. Tchicaya and B. Schmidt-Ehry 1565
Inequitable access for mentally ill patients to some medically necessary procedures Access - UHC S. Kisely, M. Smith, D. Lawrence, M. Cox, L. A. Campbell and S. Maaten 1321
Influence of Municipality-Level Mean Income on Access to Aortic Valve Surgery: A Cross-Sectional Observational Study under Japan's Universal Health-Care Coverage Access - UHC S. L. Lee, H. Hashimoto, T. Kohro, H. Horiguchi, D. Koide, I. Komuro, K. Fushimi, T. Yamazaki and H. Yasunaga 1311
Information and access to health care: is there a role for trust? Access - UHC M. Thiede 1556
Is there equity in access to health services for ethnic minorities in Sweden? Access - UHC A. Hjern, B. Haglund, G. Persson and M. Reon 1397

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