Resource Type: Journal Article
Authors: Participants at the Bellagio Workshop on Implementing Pro-Poor Universal Health Coverage: Jesse Bump, Cheryl Cashin, Kalipso Chalkidou, David Evans, Eduardo González-Pier, Yan Guo, Jeanna Holtz, Daw Thein Thein Htay, Carol Levin, Robert Marten, Sylvester Mensah, Ariel Pablos-Méndez, Ravindra Rannan-Eliya, Martín Sabignoso, Helen Saxenian, Neelam Sekhri Feachem, Agnes Soucat, Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Hong Wang, Addis Tamire Woldemariam, Gavin Yamey
Published: December 2015
Resource Description: From The Lancet Global Health: Countries worldwide are embarking on health system reforms that move them closer to UHC, in many cases with a clear pro-poor focus. Along the way, there is a wealth of guidance on the technical aspects of UHC, such as designing health service packages and developing health financing systems. However, there is very little practical guidance on how to implement these policies.
Motivated by a shared interest in helping to close this information gap, a diverse international group of 21 practitioners and academics, including ministry of health officials and representatives of global health agencies and foundations, convened at The Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center for a three-day workshop from July 7–9, 2015.
The participants shared their experiences of implementing UHC and discussed the limited evidence on how to implement UHC, focusing on a set of seven key “how” questions from across five domains of UHC.Download
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