UHC


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UHC

University HealthSystem Consortium.
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Far from being a luxury that only rich countries can afford, UHC is achievable and affordable for all countries, at all income levels.
Together with the leaders of the various countries and organizations, JICA strongly declared its commitment to promoting UHC.
We shall target the reallocation of marked taxes and introduce matched contributions for health insurance as some of the sources to finance UHC.
Social solidarity, prerequisite for achieving UHC, has been considered to be a collective property of a specific sociopolitical culture, based on shared expectations and developed as part of a communal, historical learning process.
In this context, UHC can be the driver and benefit the entire population.
Had there been effective UHC in the countries of origin of the disease, this problem could have been mitigated or even eliminated.
UHC can deliver substantial benefits for individuals, for countries and for politicians.
VHA and UHC said the combined organisation will provide improved solutions and services to members and will have enhanced expertise to serve the needs of independent, community-based health care organisations as well as large, integrated systems and academic medical centres.
Consequently, UHC is being proposed as a unifying central health goal in the post-2015 Millennium Development Goal (MDG) framework that puts rights and equity at the forefront and is relevant for all countries, rich and poor (4, 5).
We proudly support MONE in taking this innovative path for nursing care in the state of Maryland," says Deb McElroy, UHC senior director, Nursing Leadership.
This concept is taking off in populous countries and traditionally UHC "blind spots," such as Indonesia, China, India and South Africa.