What does Latin Aamerican social medicine do when it governs? The case of the Mexico City government.

Abstract

Latin American social medicine (LASM) emerged as a movement in the 1970s and played an important role in the Brazilian health care reform of the 1980s, both of which focused on decentralization and on health care as a social right. The dominant health care reform model in Latin America has included a market-driven, private subsystem for the insured and a… (More)

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@article{Laurell2003WhatDL, title={What does Latin Aamerican social medicine do when it governs? The case of the Mexico City government.}, author={Asa Ebba Cristina Laurell}, journal={American journal of public health}, year={2003}, volume={93 12}, pages={2028-31} }