Who pays for health care in Ghana?

  title={Who pays for health care in Ghana?},
  author={James Akazili and John Owusu Gyapong and Di Mcintyre},
  booktitle={International journal for equity in health},
BACKGROUND Financial protection against the cost of unforeseen ill health has become a global concern as expressed in the 2005 World Health Assembly resolution (WHA58.33), which urges its member states to "plan the transition to universal coverage of their citizens". An important element of financial risk protection is to distribute health care financing fairly in relation to ability to pay. The distribution of health care financing burden across socio-economic groups has been estimated for… CONTINUE READING
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