Information will be the key to successful implementation.

  title={Information will be the key to successful implementation.},
  author={Peter Littlejohns and K. Chalkidou},
  journal={Health economics, policy, and law},
  volume={11 1},
Making Fair Choices on the Path to Universal Health Coverage [UHC; World Health Organization (WHO), 2014] is to be welcomed because tackling the relationship between cost-effectiveness and fairness has been given too little attention in policy-making. The consensus that universal coverage is a good thing quickly disperses as the concept is translated into working national policies and local delivery processes. As Weale (2014) and Rumbold and Wilson (2014) point out, seeking practical solutions… CONTINUE READING
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