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Waking Up to Universal Health Coverage in Kenya | Health for All UHC Complementary Initiatives C. C. Lemma and T. Anteneh 1399
Want UHC? Tackle discrimination first UHC Complementary Initiatives G. Jóźwiak 1376
Wealth, health and equity: convergence to divergence in late 20th century globalization UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Taylor 1446
What are the economic consequences for households of illness and of paying for health care in low- and middle-income country contexts? UHC Complementary Initiatives D. McIntyre, M. Thiede, G. Dahlgren and M. Whitehead 1307
What Does It Take to Achieve Universal Health Coverage? | Management Sciences for Health UHC Complementary Initiatives M. M. Jonathan D. Quick 1296
What does Universal Health Coverage actually mean? - Translational Global Health UHC Complementary Initiatives P. Yerramilli 1447
What is the future for equity within health policy? UHC Complementary Initiatives L. Gilson 1325
What is universal health coverage? UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1433
What We Can Learn From Latin America’s Experience With Universal Health Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives Jointlearningnetwork 1507
What Will Universal Health Coverage Actually Cover? UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Glassman 1302
When doctors and nurses are not enough: The need for more qualified social health protection staff for developing Universal Health Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives M. Pellny, B. Jacobs, F. Fürst and R. Pokharel 1475
Where are we now: assessing the price, availability and affordability of essential medicines in Delhi as India plans free medicine for all UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Kotwani 1380
Which Households Are At Risk Of Catastrophic Health Spending: Experience In Thailand After Universal Coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives T. Somkotra and L. P. Lagrada 1370
Which Path to Universal Health Coverage? Perspectives on the World Health Report 2010 UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Bennett, S. Ozawa and K. D. Rao 1370
Which resources pay for treatment? A model for estimating the informal economy of health UHC Complementary Initiatives S. Wallman and M. Baker 1386
WHO | Coping with out-of-pocket health payments: applications of engel curves and two-part models in six African countries UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1451
WHO | DRG-based payment systems in low- and middle-income countries: Implementation experiences and challenges UHC Complementary Initiatives F. Wittenbecher and I. Mathauer 1592
WHO | Financing long-term care programmes in health systems: with a situation assessment in selected high-, middle- and low-income countries UHC Complementary Initiatives J. Muiser and G. Carrin 1425
WHO | Formula funding of health services: Learning from experience in some developed countries UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1313
WHO | Performance incentives for health-care providers UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1369
WHO | Shaping national health financing systems: can micro-banking contribute? UHC Complementary Initiatives V. Durairaj, S. Sinha, B. Evans and G. Carrin 1329
WHO | The impact of universal insurance program on catastrophic health expenditure: simulation analysis for Kenya UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1249
WHO | The role of contracting in improving health systems performance UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1261
WHO | The role of institutional design and organizational practice for health financing performance and universal coverage UHC Complementary Initiatives WHO 1310
Who benefits from removing user fees for facility-based delivery services? Evidence on socioeconomic differences from Ghana, Senegal and Sierra Leone UHC Complementary Initiatives B. McKinnon, S. Harper and J. S. Kaufman 1812
Who pays for health care in Asia? UHC Complementary Initiatives O. O’Donnell, E. van Doorslaer, R. P. Rannan-Eliya, A. Somanathan, ... 1429
Why do the sick not utilise health care? The case of Zambia UHC Complementary Initiatives C. Hjortsberg 1569
Why the poor pay more: household curative expenditures in rural Sierra Leone UHC Complementary Initiatives S. J. Fabricant, C. W. Kamara and A. Mills 1568
Willingness to pay for physician services at a primary contact in Ukraine: results of a contingent valuation study UHC Complementary Initiatives A. Danyliv, M. Pavlova, I. Gryga and W. Groot 1394
WIP debate on the Post 2015 Health Goals: Universal Health Coverage and Women’s Health identified top of the agenda UHC Complementary Initiatives T. Fillis 1642

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