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Going universal: how 24 developing countries are implementing universal health coverage reforms from the bottom up



This book draws on a wealth of new evidence to help enrich the global knowledge base on universal health coverage (UHC). It provides a synthesis of UHC reform programs that placed a special focus on expanding coverage in ways inclusive of the poor. The main objective was to document and analyze their experiences based on a systematic data collection effort that sought to capture in great detail how they have been implementing UHC reforms. The main chapters offer an in-depth analysis of how countries are addressing five key challenges: covering people, expanding benefits, managing money, improving the supply of health care services, and strengthening accountability.

The UHC reform programs described in the volume are new, massive, and transformational. Most were launched during the past decade, and together they now cover more than 2 billion people. But most important, the authors find that the programs are fundamentally changing the way health systemns operate, offering the potential to achieve greater equity and better results for the money spent. The authors identify key risks that lie ahead, as well as an emerging agenda that requires more country and global learning. Overall, this book offers those contributing to the achievement of UHC worldwide a valuable new resource to help chart a way forward.


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651/BKF/H/2017610 COT gPerpustakaan BKFTersedia

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610 COT g
Penerbit The World Bank : Washington DC.,
Deskripsi Fisik
xix, 265 hlm.: ilus.; 26 cm.
Bahasa
ISBN/ISSN
978-1-4648-0610-0
Klasifikasi
610
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Tipe Media
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