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A comparison of single- and multi-payer health insurance systems and options for reform Health Insurance P. Hussey and G. F. Anderson 2701
A perverse ‘net’ effect? Health insurance and ex-ante moral hazard in Ghana Health Insurance Z. Yilma, L. van Kempen and T. de Hoop 2645
A qualitative study of the difficulties in reaching sustainable universal health insurance coverage in Iran Health Insurance H. Ibrahimipour, M.-R. Maleki, R. Brown, M. Gohari, I. Karimi and R. Dehnavieh 2542
A Study into the Financial Sustainability of Offinso Mutual Health Insurance Scheme Health Insurance K. O. Yeboah and M. Kormedoda 2467
Abortion Rates and Universal Health Care Health Insurance P. Whelan 2536
Acceptance of selective contracting: the role of trust in the health insurer Health Insurance R. Bes, S. Wendel, E. Curfs, P. Groenewegen and J. de Jong 2160
Access and Health Insurance Health Insurance M. Grignon 2536
Achieving universal health coverage goals in Thailand: the vital role of strategic purchasing Health Insurance V. Tangcharoensathien, S. Limwattananon, W. Patcharanarumol, J. Thammatacharee, P. Jongudomsuk and S. Sirilak 2723
Achieving universal health coverage in Ghana: why a premium-based health insurance model is not a better solution Health Insurance G. U. A. t. H. Campaign 1943
Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Nigeria One State at a Time: A Public-Private Partnership Community-Based Health Insurance Model Health Insurance S. Onno and E. Gustafsson-Wright 2576
Achieving universal health coverage through voluntary insurance: what can we learn from the experience of Lao PDR? Health Insurance S. Alkenbrack, B. Jacobs and M. Lindelow 2314
Achieving universal health coverage-the case of Zhuhai city Health Insurance J. Sun, X. T. Zhang, Z. Zhang and H. V. Hogerzeil 2252
Advancing the application of systems thinking in health: provider payment and service supply behaviour and incentives in the Ghana National Health Insurance Scheme - a systems approach Health Insurance I. Agyepong, G. Aryeetey, J. Nonvignon, F. Asenso-Boadi, H. Dzikunu, E. Antwi, D. Ankrah, C. Adjei-Acquah, R. Esena, M. Aikins and D. Arhinful 2523
Adverse selection in a community-based health insurance scheme in rural Africa: implications for introducing targeted subsidies Health Insurance D. Parmar, A. Souares, M. de Allegri 2204
An impact evaluation of medical insurance for poor in Georgia: preliminary results and policy implications Health Insurance G. Gotsadze, A. Zoidze, N. Rukhadze, N. Shengelia and N. Chkhaidze 1982
An Overview of Healthy System and Insurance in Rwanda Health Insurance S. Letitan 2075
Another health insurance gap: Gaining and losing coverage among natives and immigrants at older ages Health Insurance A. M. Reyes and M. Hardy 1857
Are The Poor Too Poor To Demand Health Insurance? Health Insurance R. Ahuja and J. P. Jutting 1789
Assessing barriers to health insurance and threats to equity in comparative perspective: The Health Insurance Access Database Health Insurance A. Quesnel-Vallee, E. Renahy, T. Jenkins and H. Cerigo 1938
Assessing effectiveness of a community based health insurance in rural Burkina Faso Health Insurance S. Hounton, P. Byass and B. Kouyate 1760
Assessing Factors that Influence Sustainability of the National Health Insurance in Ghana: A Study of Nadowli District Scheme in Northern Ghana Health Insurance J. K. Wulifan, D. Baga and P. Agyei-Baffour 1663
Assessing responsiveness of health care services within a health insurance scheme in Nigeria: users' perspectives Health Insurance S. Mohammed, J. Bermejo, A. Souares, R. Sauerborn and H. Dong 1680

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