World Bank Post Outlines 5 Ways To Achieve UHC By 2030

World Bank: Lack of Health Care is a Waste of Human Capital: 5 Ways to Achieve Universal Health Coverage By 2030
This post discusses the importance of universal health coverage (UHC), describing how the “denial of health care is not only unjust, it is also a waste of human potential and a country’s human capital.” The post outlines five recommendations for accelerating progress toward UHC: “1. More money for health, and more health for the money … 2. Focusing on quality of care … 3. Protecting all people from pandemics … 4. Embracing innovation … 5. Mobilizing for collective action” (12/7).

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