Evaluating integrated healthcare for refugees and hosts in an African context

@article{Tuepker2009EvaluatingIH,
  title={Evaluating integrated healthcare for refugees and hosts in an African context},
  author={Ana{\"i}s Tuepker and C. Chi},
  journal={Health Economics, Policy and Law},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={159 - 178}
}
Abstract: This paper argues on ethical and practical grounds for more widespread use of an integrated approach to refugee healthcare, and proposes a basic model of assessment for integrated systems. A defining element of an integrated approach is an equal ability by refugee and host nationals to access the same healthcare resources from the same providers. This differs fundamentally from parallel care, currently the predominant practice in Africa. The authors put forward a general model for… Expand

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