Book chapter: The potential for low-cost health insurance schemes to protect the poor in Namibia
The Impact of Health Insurance in Low- And Middle-Income Countries
edited by Maria-Luisa Escobar, Charles C. Griffin, and R. Paul Shaw
Over the past twenty years, many low- and middle-income countries have experimented with health insurance options. While their plans have varied widely in scale and ambition, their goals are the same: to make health services more affordable through the use of public subsidies while also moving care providers partially or fully into competitive markets.
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