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Universal health coverage, priority setting, and the human right to health

Following endorsement by WHO,1,2 the World Bank,3 and the UN's Sustainable Development Goals,4 the drive towards universal health coverage (UHC) is now one of the most prominent global health policies. As countries progress towards UHC, they are forced to make difficult choices about how to prioriti... Full description

Journal Title: The Lancet (British edition) 2017, Vol.390 (10095), p.712-714
Main Author: Rumbold, Benedict, Dr
Other Authors: Baker, Rachel, Prof , Ferraz, Octavio, PhD , Hawkes, Sarah, Prof , Krubiner, Carleigh, PhD , Littlejohns, Peter, Prof , Norheim, Ole F, Prof , Pegram, Thomas, PhD , Rid, Annette, MD , Venkatapuram, Sridhar, PhD , Voorhoeve, Alex, PhD , Wang, Daniel, PhD , Weale, Albert, Prof , Wilson, James, PhD , Yamin, Alicia Ely, MPH , Hunt, Paul, Prof
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  • Voorhoeve, Alex, PhD
  • Wang, Daniel, PhD
  • Weale, Albert, Prof
  • Wilson, James, PhD
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  • Hunt, Paul, Prof
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