2 edition of Planning the finances of the health sector found in the catalog.
Planning the finances of the health sector
E. P. Mach
Bibliography: p. 105-106.
|Statement||by E.P. Mach, B. Abel-Smith.|
|LC Classifications||RA410.55.D48 M33 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||84130146|
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Planning the finances of the health sector: a manual for developing countries / by E. Mach, B. Abel-Smith. The book also argues that, even with limited statistical data, useful estimates can be made of the main categories of health expenditure, sources of finance, and the.
Get this from a library. Planning the finances of the health sector: a manual for developing countries. [E P Mach; Brian Abel-Smith]. Planning the Finances of the Health Sector: A Manual for Developing Countries.
Mach, E. P.; Abel-Smith, B. Many countries, particularly those in the developing world, are seeking to orient their health services toward a more equitable and efficient utilization of by: organizations supporting the health sector, where it is often difficult to track expenditures. National-level expenditures as a result of third-party payments (e.g., from insurance and/or social security) may be available from fund managers.
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