Why UHC makes sense to me

NCDs are a costly proposition not only for patients and their families, but also for health systems. NCDs have a direct impact on economic development. Health Ministries constantly balance the competing demands of emerging health threats, maternal and child health, infectious diseases and HIV/AIDS with the growing burden of NCDs. The worrying trajectory of NCDs reinforces the need for an increased commitment by countries to advancing universal health coverage (UHC).
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Universal Health Coverage: An Annotated Bibliography

As countries contemplate the new agenda around the post-2015 sustainable development goals, universal health coverage has garnered increased attention in an effort to provide equal access to health for all. Universal Health Coverage: An Annotated Bibliography is an introductory guide to the subject prepared by the Global Health Program at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and Rabin Martin as part of a new, multi-year collaborative project.
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Universal Health Coverage: Annotated Bibliography 2.0

This  annotated bibliography is the second in a series of working papers delving into the policy and practical issues defining the path to universal health coverage. This series aims to inform discussions of UHC and monitor the progress of the global health debate over the next few years.
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