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Understanding client satisfaction with a health insurance scheme in Nigeria: factors and enrollees experiences Health Insurance S. Mohammed, M. Sambo and H. Dong 1370
Uninsured and unstably insured: the importance of continuous insurance coverage Health Insurance C. Schoen and C. DesRoches 1585
Universal Coverage For Children: Alternatives, Key Issues, And Political Opportunities Health Insurance S. Berman 1409
Universal Coverage One Head at a Time — The Risks and Benefits of Individual Health Insurance Mandates Health Insurance S. A. Glied 1270
Universal financial protection through National Health Insurance: a stakeholder analysis of the proposed one-time premium payment policy in Ghana Health Insurance G. A. Abiiro and D. McIntyre 1683
Universal Health Coverage for Inclusive and Sustainable Development : Country Summary Report for Ghana Health Insurance N. Otoo, E. Awittor, P. Marquez and K. Saleh 1353
Universal health coverage in Latin American countries: how to improve solidarity-based schemes Health Insurance D. Titelman, O. Cetrángolo and O. L. Acosta 1513
Universal health coverage in Rwanda: a report of innovations to increase enrolment in community-based health insurance Health Insurance A. Makaka, S. Breen and A. Binagwaho 2405
Universal health coverage still rare in Africa Health Insurance B. Appiah 1780
Universal health insurance coverage does not eliminate inequities in access to cardiac procedures after acute myocardial infarction Health Insurance L. Pilote, L. Joseph, P. Bélisle and J. Penrod 1208
Universal Health Insurance in India: Ensuring equity, efficiency, and quality Health Insurance S. Prinja, M. Kaur and R. Kumar 1623
Universal Health Insurance in Massachusetts Health Insurance L. J. Marcus 1490
UNiversal health insurance through incentives reform Health Insurance A. C. Enthoven and R. Kronick 1494
UNmet health needs of uninsured adults in the united states Health Insurance J. Z. Ayanian, J. S. Weissman, E. C. Schneider, J. A. Ginsburg and A. M. Zaslavsky 1429

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