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Title: Assessing the regulation of the private health sector in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: Yemen
Authors: World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean
Place of publication: Cairo
Language: English
Abstract: The private health care sector plays an increasingly important role in the health systems of many low and middle-income countries. While most countries in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region have passed regulations related to the private health sector, little is known about the regulatory process or its comprehensiveness, effectiveness, institutional capacity and enforcement mechanisms. This report contains the findings of an assessment of the regulation of the private health sector in Yemen. It examines the existing regulatory policy and legislative framework, institutional arrangements, instruments and level of enforcement for private health care within the country. It aims to support the development of evidence-based strategies for the regulation of the private health sector in the countries of the Region
Description: 34 p.
Subject: Private Sector
Legislation, Medical
Data Collection
Health Policy
Quality Assurance, Health Care
Facility Regulation and Control
Health Care Sector
Outcome Assessment (Health Care)
Context: legislation and jurisprudence
methods
URI: http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/250542
ISBN: 978-92-9022-046-6
Other Identifiers: 978-92-9022-045-9 [online]
Appears in Collections:EMRO Publications



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