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Do microfinance programs help families insure consumption against illness? UHC Complementary Initiatives P. Gertler, D. I. Levine and E. Moretti 1432
Do the poor cost much more? The relationship between small area income deprivation and length of stay for elective hip replacement in the English NHS from 2001 to 2008 UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Cookson and M. Laudicella 1230
Do they work? Regulating for-profit providers in Zimbabwe UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Hongoro and L. Kumaranayake 1354
Does socioeconomic status influence utilization of health care services in a single-payer universal health care system? UHC Complementary Initiatives D. Filc, N. Davidovitch, L. Novack and R. Balicer 1399
Does Universal Coverage Improve Health? The Massachusetts Experience UHC Complementary Initiatives C. J. Courtemanche and D. Zapata 1384
E-procurement in support of universal health coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO/GaryHumphreys 1410
East Timor striving for universal access to health care UHC Complementary Initiatives C. McCall 1334
Effect of Removing Direct Payment for Health Care on Utilisation and Health Outcomes in Ghanaian Children: A Randomised Controlled Trial UHC Complementary Initiatives E. K. Ansah, S. Narh-Bana, S. Asiamah, V. Dzordzordzi, K. Biantey, K. Dickson, J. O. Gyapong, K. A. Koram, B. M. Greenwood, A. Mills and C. J. M. Whitty 1376
Effect of the Bamako-Initiative drug revolving fund on availability and rational use of essential drugs in primary health care facilities in south-east Nigeria UHC Complementary Initiatives B. S. Uzochukwu, O. E. Onwujekwe and C. O. Akpala 1577
Effects of pay for performance in health care: A systematic review of systematic reviews UHC Complementary Initiatives F. Eijkenaar, M. Emmert, M. Scheppach and O. Schöffski 1552
Embedding health policy and systems research into decision-making processes in low- and middle-income countries UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Koon, K. Rao, N. Tran and A. Ghaffar 3169
Equity in health and healthcare in Malawi: analysis of trends UHC Complementary Initiatives E. Zere, M. Moeti, J. Kirigia, T. Mwase and E. Kataika 1605
Equity in out-of-pocket payments for hospital care: Evidence from India UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Roy and D. H. Howard 1372
Equity in resource allocation for health: A comparative study of the Ashanti and Northern Regions of Ghana UHC Complementary Initiatives A. D. Asante, A. B. Zwi and M. T. Ho 1368
Equity in the Finance and Delivery of Health Care: Some Tentative Cross-Country Comparisons UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Wagstaff, E. Van Doorslaer and P. Paci 1470
Equity-Oriented Monitoring in the Context of Universal Health Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives A. R. Hosseinpoor, N. Bergen, T. Koller, A. Prasad, A. Schlotheuber, N. Valentine, J. Lynch and J. Vega 1393
Erosion of universal health coverage in Spain UHC Complementary Initiatives H. Legido-Quigley, E. Urdaneta, A. Gonzalez, D. La Parra, C. Muntaner, C. Alvarez-Dardet, J. M. Martin-Moreno and M. McKee 1492
Estimated cost of universal public coverage of prescription drugs in Canada UHC Complementary Initiatives S. G. Morgan, M. Law, J. R. Daw, L. Abraham and D. Martin 1605
Estimated global resources needed to attain universal coverage of maternal and newborn health services UHC Complementary Initiatives B. Johns, K. Sigurbjörnsdóttir, H. Fogstad, J. Zupan, M. Mathai and T. Tan-Torres Edejer 1306
Estimating the demand for health services in four poor districts of Cape Town, South Africa UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Skordis-Worrall, K. Hanson and A. Mills 1468
European economic crisis and health inequities: research challenges in an uncertain scenario UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Escolar-Pujolar, A. Bacigalupe and M. San Sebastian 1265
Evidence to implementation continuum for universal health coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Lahariya and N. Menabde 1439
Evidenced Formal Coverage Index and universal healthcare enactment: A prospective longitudinal study of economic, social, and political predictors of 194 countries UHC Complementary Initiatives A. B. Feigl and E. L. Ding 1507
Exclusive: Modi govt puts brakes on India's universal health plan UHC Complementary Initiatives A. KALRA 1321
EXpanding medicare and employer plans to achieve universal health insurance UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Davis 1197
Experience on healthcare utilization in seven administrative regions of Tanzania UHC Complementary Initiatives E. Kayombo, F. Uiso and R. Mahunnah 1324
Facebook Helps Eliminate Health Care Barriers in Africa UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Ronzi 1632
Factors influencing the burden of health care financing and the distribution of health care benefits in Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Macha, B. Harris, B. Garshong, J. E. Ataguba, J. Akazili, A. Kuwawenaruwa and J. Borghi 1700
Financial Risk Protection and Universal Health Coverage: Evidence and Measurement Challenges UHC Complementary Initiatives P. Saksena, J. Hsu and D. B. Evans 1831
Financing for Health Coverage in India: Issues and Concerns UHC Complementary Initiatives I. Gupta and S. Chowdhury 1530

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