Making Health Services More Accessible in Developing by H. Uchimura

By H. Uchimura

Health and wellbeing is more and more a severe obstacle within the context of improvement. This book examines the functionality of well-being structures, really the main elements: finance, human assets, prescribed drugs, public facilities and stresses the significance of improving entry to health and wellbeing companies in constructing nations.

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The intergovernmental fiscal relationship between central and provincial governments is highly decentralized in China, and this is an important factor in health disparities between regions (Mei and Wang 2006). The intergovernmental fiscal relationship below the provincial level, such as that between a province and county governments, varies across provinces. Fiscal responsibility is fairly centralized at the provincial level in some provinces, whereas it is mostly decentralized to the county level in other provinces (Uchimura and Jütting 2007).

WHO (2005) The World Health Report 2005: Make Every Mother and Child Count, Geneva: World Health Organization. WHO (2006) The World Health Report 2006: Working Together for Health, Geneva: World Health Organization. World Bank (2006) Health Financing Revisited, Washington: World Bank. WHO, UNAIDS, UNICEF (2007) Towards Universal Access: Scaling Up Priority HIV/AIDS Interventions in the Health Sector, Geneva: World Health Organization. : A Study of China Hiroko Uchimura Introduction Health is a critical concern in developing countries.

3: Maternal mortality rate and per capita GDP by province (2006) Notes: Author’s compilation based on data from Health Statistical Yearbook of China and Statistical Yearbook of China. Data include 30 provinces. 1, 2006). 1). The health disparity between regions is also critical in China. 4). 58 (2000) in the Philippines. 4, compared with those Asian countries, the number of doctors per 1000 population in China is not relatively low. 4: Number of health resources per 1000 population in China and other Asian countries Notes: The number of hospital beds and doctors is from China Statistical Yearbook (National Bureau of Statistics, China).

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