Countries that are dedicated to achieving universal health coverage want a scheme that covers all individuals, but covering a full suite of medical services for the entire population is often impractical and would exceed available resources. Tradeoffs are inherent in all coverage schemes, including which services to cover, which populations
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Using Evidence to Design Health Benefit Plans For Stronger Health Systems: Lessons from 25 Countries
New report from the USAID Health Finance and Governance (HFG) Project. Low- and middle-income country governments face competing health priorities as they try to increase their populations’ access to affordable healthcare with limited resources. Faced with difficult choices, how can governments align their spending with health system objectives?
Study visit report from Malaysia's study visit to Taiwan
This report examines programs in three countries – Mexico, China and India – using evidence-informed benefits design to strength
This report examines programs in three countries – Mexico, China and India – using evidence-informed benefits design to strengthen health systems to achieve the goal of UHC.
Según la OMS, la cobertura universal de salud (CUS) garantiza que todas las personas puedan utilizar los servicios de salud que necesiten sin penurias financieras. Hoy día, esta cobertura constituye un objetivo primordial de la OMS y también de buen número de
This slide deck provides an overview of Bangladesh's Health Care Financing Strategy. The presentation addresses Bangladesh's health reform to-date, challenges faced, and its vision to achieve universal health coverage.