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Has universal health insurance reduced socioeconomic inequalities in urban and rural health service use in Thailand? Health Insurance V. Yiengprugsawan, G. A. Carmichael, L. L. Y. Lim, S.-a. Seubsman and A. C. Sleigh 1578
Have Gender Gaps in Insurance Coverage and Access to Care Narrowed under Health Reform? Findings from Massachusetts Health Insurance S. K. Long, K. Stockley and S. Shulman 1220
Have health insurance reforms in Tunisia attained their intended objectives? Health Insurance K. Makhloufi, B. Ventelou and M. Abu-Zaineh 1638
Health care financing in South Africa: moving towards universal coverage Health Insurance J. E.-O. Ataguba and J. Akazili 1945
Health Consequences of Uninsurance among Adults in the United States: Recent Evidence and Implications Health Insurance J. Michael McWilliams 1313
Health Finance in Rural Henan: Low Premium Insurance Compared to the Out-of-Pocket System Health Insurance S. Jackson, A. C. Sleigh, L. Peng and L. Xi-Li 1264
Health financing for universal coverage and health system performance: concepts and implications for policy Health Insurance J. Kutzin 1770
Health Financing in Ghana Health Insurance G. Schieber, C. Cashin, K. Saleh and L. Rouselle 2183
Health for All Campaign in Ethiopia: Keeping the Ball Rolling for UHC | Management Sciences for Health Health Insurance A. T. Lemma 1503
Health insurance and child mortality in Costa Rica Health Insurance W. H. Dow and K. K. Schmeer 1518
Health insurance and health-seeking behavior: Evidence from a randomized community-based insurance rollout in rural Burkina Faso Health Insurance P. J. Robyn, G. Fink, A. Sié and R. Sauerborn 1399
Health Insurance and Other Risk-Coping Strategies in Uganda: The Case of Microcare Insurance Ltd Health Insurance M. Dekker and A. Wilms 1376
Health insurance and the ethical issue of equity Health Insurance O. H. K. Kasule 1317
Health insurance and treatment seeking behaviour: evidence from a low-income country Health Insurance M. Jowett, A. Deolalikar and P. Martinsson 1486
Health insurance as a catalyst to change in former communist countries? Health Insurance T. Ensor and R. Thompson 1415
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 1613
Health insurance coverage and the macroeconomy Health Insurance J. Cawley and K. I. Simon 1321
Health Insurance Coverage Within Households: The Case of Private Health Insurance in South Africa Health Insurance V. Govendera, E. J. Atagubaa and A. O. Alabaa 1446
Health Insurance Coverage, Income Distribution and Healthcare Quality in Local Healthcare Markets Health Insurance D. S. Damianov and J. A. Pagán 1272
Health Insurance Enrollment Decisions: Preferences for Coverage, Worker Sorting, and Insurance Take-up Health Insurance A. C. Monheit and J. P. Vistnes 1428
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 1730
Health Insurance for the Informal Sector in Africa : Design Features, Risk Protection, and Resource Mobilization Health Insurance D. Arhin-Tenkorang 1531
Health Insurance for the Poor Health Insurance I. De and R. Ahuja 1445
Health insurance in Ghana: evaluation of policy holders' perceptions and factors influencing policy renewal in the Volta region Health Insurance D. Boateng and D. Awunyor-Vitor 1429
Health insurance in rural Africa Health Insurance D. Arhin 1534
Health insurance markets and income inequality: findings from an international health policy survey Health Insurance C. Schoen, K. Davis, C. DesRoches, K. Donelan and R. Blendon 1413
Health insurance reform in Vietnam: a review of recent developments and future challenges Health Insurance B. Ekman, N. T. Liem, H. A. Duc and H. Axelson 1336
Health insurance restructuring, key in achieving universal coverage Health Insurance BusinessDay 1510
Health insurance system financing reforms in the Netherlands, Germany and France: Repercussions for coverage and redistribution? Health Insurance P. Turquet 1288
Health insurance values and implementation in the netherlands and the federal republic of germany: An alternative path to universal coverage Health Insurance B. L. Kirkman-Liff 1273

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