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Showing PubMed Articles 51–53 of 53 from Health systems and reform

The Dark Side of Cuba's Health System: Free Speech, Rights of Patients and Labor Rights of Physicians.

This essay questions the achievements and assessments of the Cuban health system. It argues that health policies in Cuba in the past half century have been implemented with limited concern for civil liberties and certain human rights which are considered a core component of a responsive, transparent, and accountable health system. Three cases are discussed in support of this assessment: 1) the persecution of Cuban analysts who questioned the official version of the socio-economic situation of pre-revolution...

Making Universal Health Care Effective in Argentina: A Blueprint for Reform.

The reform of a health care system requires attention to specific components but also to the creation of an environment that supports change. Argentina has achieved nominal universal health coverage (UHC) but it still needs to work on achieving effective universal health coverage, especially with regard to quality and equity. Nominal coverage means that everyone has been enrolled and has the right to access, and effective coverage means that people have actually received prioritized health care services. In...

Impact of a Health Governance Intervention on Provincial Health System Performance in Afghanistan: A Quasi-experimental Study.

Poor governance contributes to poor health outcomes and may constrain a country's progress in attaining its health goals. Yet, governance is not commonly used as a lever to improve the health sector or health system performance. Lack of a clear body of evidence linking governance interventions to better health system performance is one likely reason. This quasi-experimental study conducted in Afghanistan examines the causal impact of a provincial health governance intervention on the provincial health syste...

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