The health-care system: an assessment and reform agenda.

  title={The health-care system: an assessment and reform agenda.},
  author={Awad Mataria and Rana Khatib and Cam Donaldson and Thomas J Bossert and David James Hunter and Fahed Alsayed and Jean Paul Moatti},
  volume={373 9670},
Attempts to establish a health plan for the occupied Palestinian territory were made before the 1993 Oslo Accords. However, the first official national health plan was published in 1994 and aimed to regulate the health sector and integrate the activities of the four main health-care providers: the Palestinian Ministry of Health, Palestinian non-governmental organisations, the UN Relief and Works Agency, and a cautiously developing private sector. However, a decade and a half later, attempts to… CONTINUE READING

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