Investigating the Willingness to Pay for a Contributory National Health Insurance Scheme in Saudi Arabia: A Cross-sectional Stated Preference Approach

The Saudi Healthcare System is universal, financed entirely from government revenue principally derived from oil, and is ‘free at the point of delivery’ (non-contributory). However, this system is unlikely to be sustainable in the medium to long term. This study investigates the feasibility and acce...

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Volume: 16
Main Author: Al-Hanawi, Mohammed Khaled
Vaidya, Kirit
Alsharqi, Omar
Onwujekwe, Obinna
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Cham Springer International Publishing 01.04.2018
SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING AG
published in: Applied health economics and health policy Vol. 16; no. 2; pp. 259 - 271
ORCID: 0000-0002-8419-2219
0000-0002-1214-4285
Data of publication: 20180400
ISSN: 1175-5652
1179-1896
EISSN: 1179-1896
Discipline: Public Health
Economics
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Database: Springer Journals Complete - Open Access
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