GÜNAYDIN, Davuthan
June 2012
Uludag Journal of Economy & Society;2012, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p195
Academic Journal
Since the beginnig of 1980, we have seen lots of developed and developing countries' going about rooted reforms on health service. Although it is claimed that the reasons for these reformsa re to increase the quality or to set universal coverage of health service, the real aim is to participate citizens to increasing health cost or to sublet public health service to private sector. Fort this reason the most important reform attendance to enliven is decentralization which foresee the sublet of central authority to lower part of public units or to private institution. Moreover to reduce the effects of cost explosion on public finance cost restriction and coast sharing applications are applications are seen. In this reform process plenty of developing countries' setting up health system which has üniversal coverage are also observed.


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