Intended for healthcare professionals

Universal Health Coverage


The BMJ in partnership with The Harvard Global Health Institute are launching a collection of articles that will explore how to achieve effective Universal Health Coverage (UHC). The collection will highlight the importance of quality in UHC, potential finance models, how best to incentivise stakeholders, and uncover some of the barriers to true UHC.

The BMJ and The Harvard Global Health Institute share a commitment to drive UHC forward. Through drawing on empirical evidence and examples of success, we hope to stimulate debate and encourage ongoing work in this field to fulfil the promise of health for all via UHC.

About The Harvard Global Health Institute
The Harvard Global Health Institute is a cross-university entity committed to surfacing and addressing broad challenges in public health that affect large populations around the globe. We believe that solutions that will move the dial draw from within and beyond the medicine and public health spheres to encompass design, law, policy, and business. We do that by harnessing the unique breadth of excellence within fields at Harvard and by being a dedicated partner and convener to organizations, governments, scholars, and committed citizens around the globe.

Series articles

Analysis
Kamran Abbasi, Ashish Jha: Rethinking Assumptions about Healthcare Delivery: Implications for Universal Health Coverage

Opinion

 
 

The articles in this collection were commissioned by The BMJ based on an idea from a steering group including members of The BMJ and The Harvard Global Health Institute. The BMJ retained full editorial control over external peer review, editing, and publication of all articles. The Harvard Global Health Institute paid the open access fees for the Analysis articles.