Bangladesh has been implementing health sectoral policies as well as an institutional arrangement on improving quality of care since the 2010s. This Bangladesh HiT Policy Note reviews current policy framework and identifies gaps and key policy opportunities in the light of international evidence.
Ever since it achieved Universal Health Coverage in 2002, Thailand has had high levels of financial risk protection. The entire population is protected from financial hardship when they need to use services and the incidence of catastrophic health expenditure and medical impoverishment has consistently declined to a very low level in this period.
The Myanmar Health Systems in Transition Policy Notes Series outlines the challenges facing Myanmar in meeting the goal of achieving universal health coverage by 2030 and ways these can be tackled. The set of 4 Policy Notes series draws from the Myanmar Health System in Transition review of 2014.
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