- Dec 06, 2011
How can we increase resources for health care in the developing world?
Is (subsidized) voluntary health insurance the answer?
PharmAccess is a group of non-profit organizations dedicated to improving access to quality healthcare in Africa. PharmAccess mobilizes public and private resources for the benefit of doctors and patients through clinical standards and quality improvements, loans for healthcare providers, health insurance, mHealth innovations and operational research.
This integrated approach is made possible by the following organizations:
In 2001, the Commission on Macroeconomics and Health estimated that a country needs to spend $34 per person per year to make a package for basic health services available to its citizens. In today’s dollars, that number is probably close to $50.
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