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'Cash and Carry' or Health Insurance in Ghana?
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Providing an equitable and sustainable financing scheme for healthcare delivery in sub-Saharan Africa has been a needlessly daunting challenge for Governments. Various financing regimes has been proposed to address this problem. This dissertation provides a justification for the abolition of out-of-pocket financing scheme in favor of health insurance in Ghana. This financing scheme has proved to be more equitable and sustainable than out-of-pocket payments for healthcare utilization in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Research Study on Surgical Packages in Healthca...
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My Work Emphasized To Study The Surgical Packages Bifurcation in the Hospital and Cutting Healthcare Cost To Reduce the Burden of Packages On the Pocket Expense Of The Patient And Find Out Problems Of The Cancer Patient And Reduce Their Pocket Expense & Provide Recommendations Also To Reduce The Healthcare Cost To Hospital With The Help Of Research Results. Various Surgical Procedures Performed By The Same Surgeon In The Same Practice For Which Separate Payment Will Be Charged. This Can Include Co-Surgeons, Surgical Teams, or Assistants At The Surgery Who May Participate In Multiple Surgeries On The Same Patient On The Same Day.

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Research Study on Surgical Packages in Healthca...
39,90 € *
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My Work Emphasized To Study The Surgical Packages Bifurcation in the Hospital and Cutting Healthcare Cost To Reduce the Burden of Packages On the Pocket Expense Of The Patient And Find Out Problems Of The Cancer Patient And Reduce Their Pocket Expense & Provide Recommendations Also To Reduce The Healthcare Cost To Hospital With The Help Of Research Results. Various Surgical Procedures Performed By The Same Surgeon In The Same Practice For Which Separate Payment Will Be Charged. This Can Include Co-Surgeons, Surgical Teams, or Assistants At The Surgery Who May Participate In Multiple Surgeries On The Same Patient On The Same Day.

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Impact of User Fees for Maternal Care in Low Re...
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User fees are in place in most Sub-Saharan African countries since the 80's and have been extended to maternal healthcare services. However, the effects of these type out-of-pocket payments in contexts where poverty deeply affects women's purchasing power are not yet clear. This book asks for the purpose of user fees for maternal care in low resource settings and is based on a literature review. Conclusions: User fees can be harmful in a context were women are very poor and where healthcare services, like maternal care, have suboptimal levels of consumption. Therefore, when asking for what are the alternatives to out-of-pocket expenses, demand side approaches must be considered (like voucher schemes, community insurance, cash transfers and loan funds), as well as supply side approaches (like reimbursement schemes, cost-effectiveness analysis, etc.) and as other set of interrelated tools. Still, all these tools may fail if context is not taken into account. It is necessary to understand the cause for the lack of demand for maternal healthcare and keep in mind that the reasons for the arousal of the problem may be different from community to community.

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Impact of User Fees for Maternal Care in Low Re...
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User fees are in place in most Sub-Saharan African countries since the 80's and have been extended to maternal healthcare services. However, the effects of these type out-of-pocket payments in contexts where poverty deeply affects women's purchasing power are not yet clear. This book asks for the purpose of user fees for maternal care in low resource settings and is based on a literature review. Conclusions: User fees can be harmful in a context were women are very poor and where healthcare services, like maternal care, have suboptimal levels of consumption. Therefore, when asking for what are the alternatives to out-of-pocket expenses, demand side approaches must be considered (like voucher schemes, community insurance, cash transfers and loan funds), as well as supply side approaches (like reimbursement schemes, cost-effectiveness analysis, etc.) and as other set of interrelated tools. Still, all these tools may fail if context is not taken into account. It is necessary to understand the cause for the lack of demand for maternal healthcare and keep in mind that the reasons for the arousal of the problem may be different from community to community.

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Who Bears the Healthcare Financial Burden and W...
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The book was divided into three manuscripts and used the Malawi Integrated Household Survey 2 (2005). The first study assessed the progressivity of out-of-pocket expenditures (OOPEs) for healthcare and the redistributive effect of OOPEs for healthcare as a source of finance. The progressivity results indicate that OOPEs for healthcare are relatively regressive in Malawi with the poor shouldering the highest financial burden relative to their ability to pay. The study found no evidence of redistributive effect of OOPEs on income inequalities. The second study focused on linking OOPEs to use of healthcare after standardization. Probability of use of healthcare and OOPEs were both found to be concentrated among the non-poor while the poor who have higher health need have less use of healthcare. The third study assessed the socioeconomic factors associated with horizontal equity in use of medical facilities. General medical facilities use was found to be more concentrated among the non-poor despite the poor having a higher health need. The results showed no significant inequalities in use of public medical facilities and self-treatment between the poor and the non-poor.

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Who Bears the Healthcare Financial Burden and W...
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The book was divided into three manuscripts and used the Malawi Integrated Household Survey 2 (2005). The first study assessed the progressivity of out-of-pocket expenditures (OOPEs) for healthcare and the redistributive effect of OOPEs for healthcare as a source of finance. The progressivity results indicate that OOPEs for healthcare are relatively regressive in Malawi with the poor shouldering the highest financial burden relative to their ability to pay. The study found no evidence of redistributive effect of OOPEs on income inequalities. The second study focused on linking OOPEs to use of healthcare after standardization. Probability of use of healthcare and OOPEs were both found to be concentrated among the non-poor while the poor who have higher health need have less use of healthcare. The third study assessed the socioeconomic factors associated with horizontal equity in use of medical facilities. General medical facilities use was found to be more concentrated among the non-poor despite the poor having a higher health need. The results showed no significant inequalities in use of public medical facilities and self-treatment between the poor and the non-poor.

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Oral Mucositis
42,79 € *
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Treatment tolerance is a challenge for most cancer patients, and it is therefore essential that healthcare professionals (HCP) are quick to recognize adverse events and implement management strategies to address them. This pocket book provides an in-depth guide to the epidemiology, diagnosis and management of oral mucositis, a common adverse event of chemotherapy.

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Health Insurance: An imminent Reality for India...
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Over past few years, India is witnessing a progressive liberalization in health insurance sector which is leading to multiple options for domestic as well multinationals to do business in India. With public expenditure remaining stagnant and indifferent to meet the demands of 300 million growing middle class population of India, private sector is mushrooming fast. Out of pocket expenditure forms backbone for healthcare in India. Its contribution comes to around 68% of total healthcare expenditure. According to World Health Organization, it is estimated that only 3% of India's population is covered under some form of voluntary health insurance. This paves way for huge untapped market for health insurance in India. This work can provide descriptive baseline study in health insurance in India and should be useful for professional in similar field as well as healthcare stakeholders across the globe.

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