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245 00 Innovations in health system finance in developing and 
       transitional economies|h[electronic resource] /|cedited by
       Dov Chernichovsky, Kara Hanson 
260    Bingley, U.K. :|bEmerald,|c2009 
300    1 online resource (xii, 338 p.) 
490 1  Advances in health economics and health services research,
       |x0731-2199 ;|vv. 21 
505 0  Trust in the context of community-based health insurance 
       schemes in Cambodia : villagers' trust in health insurers 
       / Sachiko Ozawa, Damian G. Walker -- Methodological 
       challenges in evaluating health care financing equity in 
       data-poor contexts : lessons from Ghana, South Africa 
       andTanzania / Josephine Borghi, John Ataguba, Gemini Mtei,
       James Akazili,Filip Meheus, Clas Rehnberg, Di McIntyre -- 
       The role of risk equalization in moving from voluntary 
       private health insurance to mandatory coverage : the 
       experience in South Africa / Heather McLeod, Pieter 
       Grobler -- Purchasing health care in China : experiences, 
       opportunities and challenges / Winnie Yip, Kara Hanson -- 
       The impact of Nepal's national incentive programme to 
       promote safe delivery in the district of Makwanpur / T. 
       Powell-Jackson, B.D. Neupane, S. Tiwari, K. Tumbahangphe, 
       D. Manandhar, A.M. Costello -- Protecting pro-poor health 
       services during financial crises : lessons from experience
       / Pablo Gottret, Vaibhav Gupta, SusanSparkes, Ajay Tandon,
       Valerie Moran, Peter Berman -- Service- and population-
       based exemptions : arethese the way forward for equity and
       efficiency in health financing in low-income countries? / 
       Sophie Witter-- From scheme to system : social health 
       insurance funds and the transformation of health financing
       in Kyrgyzstan and Moldova / Joseph Kutzin, Melitta Jakab, 
       Sergey Shishkin -- The double burden of disease in 
       developing countries : the Mexican experience / Cristina 
       Guti©♭rrez-Delgado, Veronica Guajardo-Barr©đn -- 
       Reforming 'developing' health systems : Tanzania, Mexico, 
       and the United States / Dov Chernichovsky, Gabriel 
       Martinez, Nelly Aguilera -- The equity impact of the 
       universal coverage policy : lessons from Thailand / Phusit
       Prakongsai, Supon Limwattananon, Viroj Tangcharoensathien 
       -- Social health insurance and labor market outcomes : 
       evidence from Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia
       / Adam Wagstaff, Rodrigo Moreno-Serra -- Overview / Dov 
       Chernichovsky, Kara Hanson 
520    Low- and middle-income countries face major challenges to 
       their health systems. These includea high burden of 
       communicable disease and an emerging non-communicable 
       disease burden. Coverage of effective services and 
       interventions is inadequate and often constrained by 
       funding availability. Atthe same time, the international 
       financing environment is changing rapidly, with new 
       funding streams becoming available in part as a response 
       to the challenges of meeting the Millennium Development 
       Goals. These countries have taken a diversity of 
       approaches to health care financing policies and programs 
       to face the old and emerging challenges. This is 
       increasingly accompanied by conceptual and applied 
       researchwhich is contributing to our understanding of how 
       different financing mechanisms can contribute to the 
       overall objectives of a health care system. The goal of 
       this volume is to assemble the best of this research and 
       synthesize 'best practices' for the benefit of researchers,
       policy makers and high level administrators, dealing with 
       all elements of health care financing and focusing on both
       middle- and low-income settings,to represent the 
       experiences of all regions of the developingworld 
590    Emerald 
650  0 Medical care|xFinance 
650  0 Medical care, Cost of 
650  7 Business & Economics|xEconomics|xGeneral.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Medical|xHealth Care Delivery.|2bisacsh 
650  7 Health economics.|2bicssc 
650  7 Health systems & services.|2bicssc 
700 1  Dor, Avi,|d1956- 
700 1  Chernichovsky, Dov 
700 1  Hanson, Kara 
830  0 Advances in health economics and health services research 
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