Expanding primary care in South and East Asia
More than 60% of the world population live in Asia, with substantial numbers in very deprived socioeconomic conditions. The heterogeneity between the countries of the region is reflected in their health systems, which vary from well developed to virtually absent. Providing access to care, in particular for those at greatest need, is a regional priority that comes on top the more general global challenge of transforming health systems to respond better to the needs of ageing populations...[Show more]
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