South African Health Review 2007

Author: 
Harrison S, Bhana R, Ntuli A [eds]
Publication Year: 
2007
Series Name: 
South African Health Review
Issue: 
2007
City: 
Durban
Country: 
South Africa
Published by: 
Health Systems Trust
ISBN: 
1-91839-49-6
ISSN: 
1608-0343

The Role of the Private Sector within the South African Health System
The South African Health Review (SAHR) is an annual publication of the Health Systems Trust (HST), which has been published since 1995. The SAHR seeks to provide a South African perspective on prevailing international public health issues, to stimulate debate and critical dialogue and to provide a platform for assessing progress in the health sector.

Full SAHR 2007

Foreword
Contents and Acknowledgements
Editorial

Oversight: Principles and Policy
1 Stewardship: Protecting the Public's Health
2 Health Policy and Legislation

Pooling of Resources and Purchasing of Health Care
3 Health Care Financing and Expenditure
4 Medical Schemes
5 Social or National Health Insurance
6 Health Information Systems in the Private Health Sector
7 Health and Health Care in the Workplace
8 Rationing of Medicines and Health Care Technology

Health Care Delivery
9 Human Resources for Health
10 Public-Private Partnerships:A Case Study of the Pelonomi and Universitas Hospital Co-Location Project
11 Private Hospitals
12 Traditional and Complementary Medicine
13 Economics of the Traditional Medicine Trade in South Africa
14 HIV and AIDS, STI and TB in the Private Sector

Indicators
15 Health and Related Indicators

Glossary
Index

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