Sustainable Financing and Reform of National Health Insurance System in Thailand.

Project undertaken by: Centre for Health Economics, Faculty of Economics

Partner: Ministry of Public Health, PReMA

About research: In conclusion, this research proposes that in the short run, Option 2, where co-payment is introduced, is preferred, while in the longer run, Option 3, with the distinction between the core and the supplementary packages, is preferred, given that the preconditions are met. Bearing in mind the limitations of the study, results in this research should be received with caution.





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