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Free Content Rotavirus vaccines contribute towards universal health coverage in a mixed public–private healthcare system

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To evaluate rotavirus vaccination in Malaysia from the household's perspective. The extended cost‐effectiveness analysis (ECEA) framework quantifies the broader value of universal vaccination starting with non‐health benefits such as financial risk protection and equity. These dimensions better enable decision‐makers to evaluate policy on the public finance of health programmes.
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Keywords: catastrophic expenditure; cobertura sanitaria universal; couverture santé universelle; dépenses catastrophiques; equidad; equity; gasto catastrófico; mixed public–private healthcare systems; pauvreté; pobreza; poverty; sistemas mixtos público‐privado; systèmes de soins de santé mixte public‐privé; universal health coverage; vaccines; vaccins; vacunas; équité

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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