Universal Coverage, Policies and Real Practice?

Viroj Wiwanitkit

Abstract


Universal coverage is the important health policies already implemented in several countries. This system is for increased equity in assessment to health care service among people. In real practice, there can be some problems in real life can be seen. In this brief article, the author discusses on this specific issue.


Keywords


Universal coverage, Policies, Practice.

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