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Identification of poor households for premium exemptions in Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme: empirical analysis of three strategies UHC Complementary Initiatives G. C. Aryeetey, C. Jehu-Appiah, E. Spaan, B. D’Exelle, I. Agyepong and R. Baltussen 1095
Impact of Health Facility-Based Insecticide Treated Bednet Distribution in Malawi: Progress and Challenges towards Achieving Universal Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Skarbinski, D. Mwandama, M. Luka, J. Jafali, A. Wolkon 2304
Impact of user charges on vulnerable groups: The case of Kibwezi in rural Kenya UHC Complementary Initiatives J. K. Mbugua, G. H. Bloom and M. M. Segall 1364
Impact of user fees on maternal health service utilization and related health outcomes: a systematic review UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Dzakpasu, T. Powell-Jackson and O. M. R. Campbell 1538
Improving government health services through contract management: a case from Cambodia UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Soeters and F. Griffiths 1424
Improving health care in Africa, one clinic at a time UHC Complementary Initiatives TheOPICBlog 1269
Improving Medicines Benefit Management for Universal Health Coverage Programs: A Conversation with Kwesi Eghan | Management Sciences for Health UHC Complementary Initiatives K. Eghan 1067
Improving Women's Health through Universal Health Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Quick, J. Jay and A. Langer 1375
Improving Women's Health through Universal Health Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Quick, J. Jay and A. Langer 1254
Incidence of catastrophic health expenditures for households: An example of medical attention for the treatment of severe childhood malaria in Kinshasa reference hospitals, Democratic Republic of Congo UHC Complementary Initiatives F. Ilunga-Ilunga, A. Levêque, S. Laokri and M. Dramaix 1010
Income-based disparities in health care utilisation under universal health coverage in Brazil, 2002–2003 UHC Complementary Initiatives G. Cataife and C. Courtemanche 1360
Incorporating Financial Protection into Decision Rules for Publicly Financed Healthcare Treatments UHC Complementary Initiatives P. C. Smith 1378
India's “tryst” with universal health coverage: Reflections on ethnography in Indian health policymaking UHC Complementary Initiatives D. Nambiar 1397
Inequalities in Health in Developing Countries: Swimming against the Tide? UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Wagstaff 1300
Inequality in health—Some theoretical and empirical problems UHC Complementary Initiatives D. Vågerö 1286
Inequality in household catastrophic health care expenditure in a low-income society of Iran UHC Complementary Initiatives Z. Kavosi, A. Rashidian, A. Pourreza, R. Majdzadeh, F. Pourmalek, A. R. Hosseinpour, K. Mohammad and M. Arab 1346
Inequities in healthcare seeking in the treatment of communicable endemic diseases in Southeast Nigeria UHC Complementary Initiatives O. Onwujekwe 1355
Inequity and inequality in the use of health care in England: an empirical investigation UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Morris, M. Sutton and H. Gravelle 1325
Informal payments for healthcare: Differences in expenditures from consumers and providers perspectives for treatment of malaria in Nigeria UHC Complementary Initiatives O. Onwujekwe, N. Dike, B. Uzochukwu and O. Ezeoke 1218
Innovations in Rwanda's health system: looking to the future UHC Complementary Initiatives D. E. Logie, M. Rowson and F. Ndagije 1456
Innovative financing for health: what is truly innovative? UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Atun, F. M. Knaul, Y. Akachi and J. Frenk 1500
Inputs for universal health coverage: a methodological contribution to finding proxy indicators for financial hardship due to health expenditure UHC Complementary Initiatives P. Saksena, T. Smith and F. Tediosi 1456
Inside the black box: modelling health care financing reform in data-poor contexts UHC Complementary Initiatives D. McIntyre and J. Borghi 1283
Investigating determinants of out-of-pocket spending and strategies for coping with payments for healthcare in southeast Nigeria UHC Complementary Initiatives O. Onwujekwe, B. Uzochukwu, E. Obikeze, I. Okoronkwo, O. Ochonma, C. Onoka, G. Madubuko and C. Okoli 1428
Investigating the affordability of key health services in South Africa UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Cleary, S. Birch, N. Chimbindi, S. Silal and D. McIntyre 1481
Investing in health: progress but hard choices remain UHC Complementary Initiatives AfHEA Webmaster 1219
Is Community Health Insurance the shortest path towards Universal Health Coverage in Africa? UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Kurfi 1396
Is reform coverage really universal? UHC Complementary Initiatives R. Voelker 1405

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