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Health Insurance Systems and Access to Medicines - Case Studies from: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and the United States of America
(2002; 96 pages) [Spanish]
Table of Contents
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Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER 2: Typology of Health Insurance Systems
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER 3: Health Insurance and Medicines
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Health Insurance Systems and Access to Medicines - Case Studies from: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and the United States of America

Álvaro Zerda2
Germán Velásquez3
Federico Tobar4
Jorge Enrique Vargas5

 

1. The surveys that served as the basis for the preparation of Chapter Three of this report were conducted by the following experts: Argentina, Federico Tobar and Graciela Ventura of the Isalud Foundation; Colombia, Jorge Enrique Vargas; Chile, Lucas Godoy Garraza of the Isalud Foundation; Costa Rica, Sara Ulloa and Albin Chávez; United States, Patricia Paredes Solari; Guatemala, Edgar Barillas and José María del Valle Catalán.
2. Economist, Associate Professor - National University of Colombia
3. EDM/WHO - Geneva
4. Isalud Consultant - Argentina
5. Consultant - Colombia

June 2002
Washington, D.C.

Drug Action Programme
World Health Organization
Essential Drugs and Technology Programme
Division of Health Systems and Services Development
Pan American Health Organization
World Health Organization

ISBN 92 75 12353 5

PAHO HQ Library Cataloguing-in-Publication
Zerda, Álvaro

Health Insurance Systems and Access to Medicines. Case Studies from: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and the United States of America Washington, D.C. PAHO, ©2002. 92p.

ISBN 92 75 12353 5

I. Title
II. Velásquez, Germán
III. Tobar, Federico
IV. Vargas, Jorge Enrique

1. ESSENTIAL DRUGS
2. HEALTH INSURANCE
3. PHARMACEUTICAL ECONOMICS
4. HEALTH FINANCING
5. DRUG AND NARCOTIC CONTROL
6. HEALTH POLICY

NLM QV736.Z58 En 2002

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