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Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)

RSBY is a state-managed national health insurance program designed to improve access to quality medical care for informal workers living below the poverty line in India. It was launched in April of 2008 and is now active across 26 India states.

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Aarogyasri Community Health Insurance Scheme

Aarogyasri is state-financed and targets individuals living below the poverty line. Beneficiaries have access to numerous modern medical facilities and are navigated through the health care system by Aarogya Mithras, or patient advocates, hired to oversee each in-network hospital

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Health Care Fund for the Poor (HCFP)

The Health Care Fund for the Poor (HCFP) was created in 2003 to cover in-patient and out-patient care for the poor, ethnic minorities, and the disadvantaged.

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PhilHealth

The Philippine Health Corporation (PhilHealth) was created in 1995 with the goal of placing an emphasis on achieving universal coverage. Since its creation, several developments have occurred in terms of expanding both the breadth and depth of health coverage.

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Universal Coverage Scheme (Thailand)

With a great deal of popular support, the new Thai government passed the National Health Security Act in 2002. It has since become one of the most important social tools for health systems reform in Thailand.

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Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu (SGK)

In 2003, the newly-elected Government of Turkey launched the Health Transformation Program that reformed the fragmented system from multiple parallel public payers to a single payer into the national payer Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu (SGK), and all citizens were entitled to the same benefits package.

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Jamkesmas Scheme

In 2004, Indonesia introduced the first phase of its plan to achieve universal health coverage through a mandatory public health insurance scheme, Askeskin, which in 2008 evolved into Jamkesmas, an MoH-run "insurance" program which covers over 76.4 million poor Indonesians.

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PhilHealth Remittance-By-Air

The Remittance-By-Air (RBA) Facility was launched in December 2009 by the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation. This new scheme aims to provide convenient and hassle-free remittance among the informal workers using their mobile phones.

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Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC)

SPMC is a government hospital that implements different business strategies like Private Public Partnerships and drug consignments with pharmaceutical companies. They also implement strategies that augments their income in addition to the government subsidy using social insurance reimbursements.

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Provincial Indigency Health Program: The Bukidnon Model

The Provincial Indigency Health Program (PIHP) is a health scheme launched by the Provincial Government of Bukidnon in 2002.

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Social Health Insurance Indigency Program of Bindoy, Negros Oriental (BSHIIP)

In order to provide health care to its constituents, the municipality of Bindoy in Negros Occidental implemented the Bindoy Municipal Health Insurance scheme, which aims to enroll all of its constituents, especially the poorest, in PhilHealth.

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Social Insurance of Paracelis, Mountain Province

Social Insurance of Paracelis is a local government-driven social health insurance model initiated and administered through the Municipal Health Office (MHO) utilizing government financial management systems.

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Hospital Angelina Caron

Hospital Angelina Caron was funded in 1982 and has grown to be one of the most important medical centers in the Southern region of Brazil. Of its 300,000 patients annually, 95% are covered by the Brazilian Unified Health System (SUS).

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Hospital Dr. Moyses Deutsch

Hospital Moyses Deutsch was established in 2008 in M'Boi Mirim, a poor neighborhood in São Paulo. The Albert Einstein Hospital established an agreement with the government so that all services would be paid for by Brazil's government health insurance - the Unified Health System (SUS).

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Unified Health System (SUS)

The Unified Health System (SUS) was established in 1988 as an administrative body responsible for the stewardship of both the public and private health systems.

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Revolving Drug Insurance Fund

RDIF hopes to provide access to medicines to indigent members of PhilHealth and Organized Groups (OG) members by creating a mechanism through which qualified members can purchase their medicines from private pharmacies for a minimal co-payment. Private pharmacies are reimbursed by the RDIF.

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Ethiopia Social Health Insurance

Ethiopia's Social Health Scheme will include all family health services and curative care that are part of the Essential Health Package in Ethiopia.

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BayadLoad

BayadLoad is an e-money platform that allows mobile phone subscribers (Smart, Talk'N Text, and Sun Cellular) to pay selected government welfare premiums for social security, health insurance, and housing funds.

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FXBVillage Model

FXBVillage methodology brings the extreme poor to self-sufficiency in three years by simultaneously tackling the five drivers of poverty: lack of nutrition, health, education, housing, and income.

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Benin's National Health Insurance (RAMU)

The National Health Insurance (RAMU), when launched, will initially cover hospitalizations, pharmaceuticals and more for those in the formal sector. It will then expand to the informal sector.

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National Health Insurance Fund (Tanzania)

Enrollment in the National Health Insurance Fund is mandatory for formal sector employees and voluntary for all informal sector workers. The scheme offers a wide range of preventative and curative medical care benefits.

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