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Author Quaye, Randolph
Title Balancing Public and Private Health Care Systems : The Sub-Saharan African Experience
Imprint Lanham, MD : UPA, 2010
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Note Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Ch01. Crisis and Change in African Health Care Financing Systems -- Ch02. Market Reforms in Health Careand the Role of the State -- Ch03. User Fees: A Special Issue forHealth Care Delivery in Africa -- Ch04. Health Care Financing in Uganda:The Role of Social Health Insurance -- Ch05. Balancing Public and PrivateHealth Care in Tanzania -- Ch06. Health Care Financingin Ghana: Role of the NationalHealth Insurance Scheme -- Ch07. The Role of Community HealthFunding in Health Care Access inAfrica: Lessons from Tanzania -- Ch08. Health Care Financing Strategies:Lessons from Abroad -- References -- Index
This book explores financing arrangements in Ghana, Tanzania, and Uganda, introducing scholarship on post-colonial healthcare strategies in Africa during a decade of market-oriented healthcare reform. The author uses current research and case studies on African healthcare systems to analyze implications of various strategies for the future of African healthcare financing
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Quaye, Randolph Balancing Public and Private Health Care Systems : The Sub-Saharan African Experience Lanham, MD : UPA,c2010 9780761849308
Subject Economics, Medical - Africa South of the Sahara
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