Title Category Author Hits
A Difficult Balancing Act: Policy Actors' Perspectives on Using Economic Evaluation to Inform Health-Care Coverage Decisions under the Universal Health Insurance Coverage Scheme in Thailand Policy - UHC Y. Teerawattananon and S. Russell 2480
A post 2015 development goal for health—should it be universal health coverage? Policy - UHC Victoria Y. Fan, A. Glassman and D. S. William 2864
A right to health? professional networks, HIV/AIDS, and the politics of universal healthcare Policy - UHC J. A. Harris 3335
A Universal Healthcare System: Is It Right for the United States? Policy - UHC M. Rashford 2745
Achieving effective universal health coverage with equity: evidence from Chile Policy - UHC P. Frenz, I. Delgado, J. S. Kaufman and S. Harper 3076
Adopting Consensus Text, General Assembly Encourages Member States to Plan, Pursue Transition of National Health Care Systems towards Universal Coverage Policy - UHC United Nations (UN) 2486
An assessment of progress towards universal health coverage in Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) Policy - UHC R. Marten, D. McIntyre, C. Travassos, S. Shishkin 3511
An exploratory study of the policy process and early implementation of the free NHIS coverage for pregnant women in Ghana Policy - UHC S. Witter, B. Garshong and V. Ridde 2717
An overview of health financing patterns and the way forward in the WHO African Region Policy - UHC J. M. Kirigia, A. Preker, G. Carrin, C. Mwikisa and A. J. Diarra-Nama 2875
Analysis of a financing reform of Sub-Saharan African health systems at local level the case of community-based health systems in West and Central Africa Policy - UHC A. Ngaleu 2830
Anything goes on the path to universal health coverage? No Policy - UHC J. Kutzin 2491
APHA Policies on Universal Health Care: Health for a Few or Health for All? Policy - UHC M. N. Akhter 2799
Assessing capacity for health policy and systems research in low and middle income countries Policy - UHC M. Gonzalez Block and A. Mills 2301
Assessment of systems for paying health care providers in Vietnam: Implications for equity, efficiency and expanding effective health coverage Policy - UHC N. K. Phuong, T. T. M. Oanh, H. T. Phuong, T. V. Tien and C. Cashin 2209

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