Health Systems & Reform

(The median citation count of Health Systems & Reform is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
National Response to COVID-19 in the Republic of Korea and Lessons Learned for Other Countries134
Mexico Adopts Food Warning Labels, Why Now?57
The Politics of Taxes for Health: An Analysis of the Passage of the Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax in Mexico36
Restructuring Health Reform, Mexican Style32
Developing a Common Understanding of Networks of Care through a Scoping Study26
District Governance and Improved Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health in South Africa: Pathways of Change24
Revision of the Ethiopian Essential Health Service Package: An Explication of the Process and Methods Used23
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Survival in Children Covered by Seguro Popular in Mexico: A National Comprehensive Analysis 2005–201720
Patient Choice of Health Care Providers in China: Primary Care Facilities versus Hospitals19
The Strategic Health Purchasing Progress Tracking Framework: A Practical Approach to Describing, Assessing, and Improving Strategic Purchasing for Universal Health Coverage16
On the Measurement of Financial Protection: An Assessment of the Usefulness of the Catastrophic Health Expenditure Indicator to Monitor Progress Towards Universal Health Coverage14
Networks of Care in Rural Madagascar for Achieving Universal Health Coverage in Ifanadiana District13
Implementing a Food Labeling and Marketing Law in Chile13
Can National Health Insurance Pave the Way to Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa?13
COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy among Temporary Foreign Workers from Bangladesh11
Moving Towards Universal Health Coverage in Haiti10
Is Universal Health Coverage Affordable? Estimated Costs and Fiscal Space Analysis for the Ethiopian Essential Health Services Package10
Pandemic Governance in Japan and the United States: The Control-Tower Metaphor9
Strategic Health Purchasing Progress Mapping in Cameroon: A Scoping Review9
A Tale of Transition: Trends of Catastrophic Health Expenditure and Impoverishment in Urban China, 1986-20098
Child Health Outcome Inequalities in Low and Middle Income Countries8
Financial Protection in Health among the Elderly – A Global Stocktake7
Applying a Client-centered Approach to Maternal and Neonatal Networks of Care: Case Studies from Urban and Rural Nigeria7
Applying the Strategic Health Purchasing Progress Tracking Framework: Lessons from Nine African Countries7
Why Is Strategic Purchasing Critical for Universal Health Coverage in Sub-Saharan Africa?7
Impact of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Crisis on Migrants on the Move in Southern Africa: Implications for Policy and Practice6
The Logarithmic Spiral of Networks of Care for Expectant Families in Rural Nepal: A Descriptive Case Study6
Making Health Insurance Pro-poor: Lessons from 20 Developing Countries6
Health Reform in the Midst of a Social and Political Crisis in Chile, 2019-20206
How Did an Integrated Health and Social Services Center in the Quebec Province Respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic? A Qualitative Case Study6
Is Performance-Based Financing A Pathway to Strategic Purchasing in Sub-Saharan Africa? A Synthesis of the Evidence6
Adaptation and Response of a Major Parisian Referral Hospital to the COVID-19 Surge: A Qualitative Study5
Hospital Governance During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multiple-Country Case Study5
Strategic Health Purchasing Progress Mapping: A Spotlight on Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme5
Strategic Health Purchasing in Nigeria: Investigating Governance and Institutional Capacities within Federal Tax-Funded Health Schemes and the Formal Sector Social Health Insurance Programme5
Generating Political Priority for Primary Health Care Reform in Romania5
The Government Budget: An Overlooked Vehicle for Advancing Strategic Health Purchasing4
Challenges and Opportunities for Purchasing High-Quality Health Care: Lessons from Armenia4
Effect Heterogeneity in Responding to Performance-Based Incentives: A Quasi-Experimental Comparison of Impacts on Health Service Indicators Between Hospitals and Health Centers in Malawi4
Strengths and Weaknesses of Strategic Health Purchasing for Universal Health Coverage in Rwanda4
Reducing Financial Barriers for Households Due to COVID-19: The Case in India4
Harnessing the Power of Networks of Care for Universal Health Coverage4
Economic Contraction from COVID-19 in the Pacific: Implications for Health Financing4
Building Trust to Save Lives in a Metro Manila Public-Private Network of Care: A Descriptive Case Study of Quirino Recognized Partners in Quezon City, Philippines4
Access to Medicines for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDS) during COVID-19 in Kenya: A Descriptive Commentary4
Averting Maternal Death and Disability in an Urban Network of Care in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: A Descriptive Case Study4
Strategic Purchasing Arrangements in Uganda and Their Implications for Universal Health Coverage4
An Analysis of the Adoption and Implementation of A Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Tax in South Africa: A Multiple Streams Approach4
The Political Economy of the Design of the Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) in Nigeria: A Retrospective Analysis for Prospective Action3
Challenges of Guaranteeing Access to Medicines in Mexico: Lessons from Recent Changes in Pharmaceuticals Procurement3
Filling Potholes on the Road to Universal Health Coverage in the Philippines3
The Landscape of Strategic Health Purchasing for Universal Health Coverage in Burkina Faso: Insights from Five Major Health Financing Schemes3
Attributes and Organizational Factors that Enabled Innovation in Health Care Service Delivery during the COVID-19 Pandemic – Case Studies from Brazil, Canada and Japan3
A Gender-Based and Quasi-Experimental Study of the Catastrophic and Impoverishing Health-Care Expenditures in Mexican Households with Elderly Members, 2000-20203
Adapting Hospital Work During COVID-19 in Quebec (Canada)3
How Hospitals Overcame Disruptions in the Early Stages of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study from Tokyo, Japan3
Measuring Financial Protection in Health in Brazil: Catastrophic and Poverty Impacts of Health Care Payments Using the Latest National Household Consumption Survey3
Rural–Urban Differences: Using Finer Geographic Classifications to Reevaluate Distance and Choice of Health Services in Malawi3
Performance-based Financing versus “Unconditional” Direct Facility Financing - False Dichotomy?3
Integrating Venezuelan Migrants into the Colombian Health System during COVID-193
Inclusion of Essential Universal Health Coverage Services in Essential Packages of Health Services: A Review of 45 Low- and Lower- Middle Income Countries3
A Comparative Case Study: Does the Organization of Primary Health Care in Brazil and Turkey Contribute to Reducing Disparities in Access to Care?3
Comprehensive Assessment of Health System Performance in Odisha, India3