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Health Financing Regional Profile 2018: Transitioning to Integrated Financing and Service Delivery of Priority Public Health Services

Health Financing Regional Profile 2018: Transitioning to Integrated Financing and Service Delivery of Priority Public Health Services outlines the regional health financing context and challenges in the Western Pacific. Drawing from the Regional Framework for Action on Transitioning to Integrated Financing of Priority Public Health Services in the Western Pacific, the profile also highlights actions countries can take using a whole-of-system approach to move towards more integrated financing and service delivery through improving health system efficiencies, increasing domestic financing for health, and governing the transition process in a phased implementation approach.

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