• Authored By: Sarah Ssewanyana and Ibrahim Kasirye
26 Mar 2021

Out of pocket (OOP) payments for healthcare remain a significant health financing challenge in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Understanding the drivers and impacts of this financial health burden is both an economic and a public health priority.

This study examines how the burden of OOP health expenditures varies with different thresholds for financial catastrophe.

This study was published by the journal of Applied Health Economics and Health Policy (2020) 18:781–788

 

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