Title Category Author Hits
Universal health coverage post-2015: putting people first Policy - UHC T. Lancet 1512
Universal health coverage post-2015: putting people first Policy - UHC T. Lancet 1646
Universal health coverage: a policy whose time has come Policy - UHC M. E. Kruk 1371
Universal Health Coverage: A Quest for All Countries But under Threat in Some Policy - UHC M. McKee, D. Balabanova, S. Basu, W. Ricciardi and D. Stuckler 1804
Universal Health Coverage: A Unique Policy Opportunity for Oral Health Policy - UHC M. R. Mathur, D. M. Williams, K. S. Reddy and R. G. Watt 1521
Universal health coverage: not why, what, or when? but how? Policy - UHC R. Horton and P. Das 1577
Universal health coverage: reaching a consensus Policy - UHC D. Nicholson 1503
Universal Health Coverage: The New Face of Neoliberalism Policy - UHC I. Mukhopadhyay 1541
Universal Health Coverage: what is it and why does it matter? Policy - UHC A. R. Demaio 1446
Universal healthcare vital to fight inequality: WHO Policy - UHC WHO 1494
Universal healthcare: the affordable dream Policy - UHC S. Amartya 2376
Universal Healthcare: Who Really Pays? Policy - UHC J. N. Hall 1464
Universalization and Privatization: How Policy Analysis can Help Understand the Development of Brazil’s Health System Policy - UHC N. Do Rosário Costa and J. Vaitsman 1569
Using economic levers to change behaviour: The case of Thailand's universal coverage health care reforms Policy - UHC D. Hughes, S. Leethongdee and S. Osiri 1372
Using stakeholder analysis to support moves towards universal coverage: lessons from the SHIELD project Policy - UHC L. Gilson, E. Erasmus, J. Borghi, J. Macha, P. Kamuzora and G. Mtei 1449
What does universal health coverage mean? Policy - UHC T. O'Connell, K. Rasanathan and M. Chopra 1525
WHO | Achieving universal health coverage: developing the health financing system Policy - UHC G. Carrin, C. James and D. B. Evans 1406
WHO | Health financing challenges and the role of institutional design and organizational practice for health financing performance in Nicaragua Policy - UHC WHO 1599
WHO | Health systems financing: the path to universal coverage Policy - UHC WHO 1650
WHO | Is universal coverage via social health insurance financial feasible in Swaziland? Policy - UHC I. Mathauer, L. Musango, S. Sibandze, K. Mthethwa and G. Carrin 1435
WHO | Report: Lesotho feasibility assessment for a social health insurance Policy - UHC I. Mathauer, O. Doetinchem, J. Kirigia and G. Carrin 1431
WHO | Universal coverage - three dimensions Policy - UHC WHO 2939
Who needs what from a national health research system: lessons from reforms to the English Department of Health's R&D system Policy - UHC S. Hanney, S. Kuruvilla, B. Soper and N. Mays 1518
WHO supports Cyprus in moving towards universal health coverage Policy - UHC WHO 1436
WHO: Arguing for Universal Health Coverage | UHC Forward: Towards Universal Health Coverage Policy - UHC WHO 1691
Why has the Universal Coverage Scheme in Thailand achieved a pro-poor public subsidy for health care? Policy - UHC S. Limwattananon, V. Tangcharoensathien, K. Tisayaticom, T. Boonyapaisarncharoen and P. Prakongsai 1521
Why Universal Health Care Is No Cure-All Policy - UHC C. Kenny 1370
Will India deliver on universal health coverage? Policy - UHC A. Kollannur 1641
Will Universal Health Coverage (UHC) lead to the freedom to lead flourishing and healthy lives? Policy - UHC D. Matheson 1451

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