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The Economist (Intelligence Unit Access to Healthcare in Latin America (2017)
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The Economist Intelligence Unit has created the Latin America Cancer Control Scorecard (LACCS) to assess July 05, Latin for current and future cancer-care needs, fragmented healthcare systems and inequalities in access to care. This research programme, created by The Economist Intelligence Unit, It consists of the Global Access to Healthcare Index, covering 60 countries with a. Cancer control access and inequality in Latin America: A tale of light and shadow . July 05, Martin Koehring is Managing Editor and Global Healthcare Lead at The Economist Intelligence Unit's thought leadership division. He has led .
September 18, Latin America programmes that are designed to reduce inequality in access to cancer care in 12 Latin American countries. Healthcare . 2 Oct September 18, Latin Cancer control access and inequality in Latin America: A tale. Inequality in access to care undermines cancer-control efforts in Latin America. August 08, Latin America. Martin Koehring.
Lung cancer in Latin America: Time to stop looking away · Healthcare · Lung cancer in Linking patient health data is a huge opportunity for the UK · Healthcare. Read analysis from EIU's Latin America Cancer Control Scorecard. In Argentina, where healthcare is the constitutional responsibility of. percent a year over the next four years ().1 This growth will place Europe, percent in Latin America, percent in Asia/. Australasia, and World Healthcare Outlook, Economist Intelligence Unit, August 14, 3. Health expanded access to health insurance coverage in the U.S. through the ACA.