This book provides guidance to countries that want to reform or establish mandatory health insurance mhi by specifically addressing governance it elucidates the role played by the social political and historical context in conditioning how mhi systems are governed and in turn how governance structures influence the health . Governing mandatory health insurance addresses these issues by drawing on the experiences of four countries chile costa rica estonia and the netherlands it shows how governance works in these countries and extracts lessons for developing countries with mandatory health insurance programs focusing on the mechanisms for assuring solvency financial protection and health care services of good quality. Governing mandatory health insurance learning from experience responsibility edited by william d savedoff and pablo gottret governing mandatory health insurance concepts framework and cases by william d savedoff mandatory health insurance schemes are being proposed or expanded in many developing countries but with . Governing mandatory health insurance learning from experience william savedoff mandatory health insurance schemes are being proposed or expanded in many developing countries but with relatively little attention to how they should be governed
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