23 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 795 (2016)
This Note addresses the implementation of health insurance reform in Yemen. As a result of a system of user fees and a lack of health insurance, the current regime poses serious barriers to health care access for Yemen's uninsured citizens. When the dust settles from the ongoing conflict with Houthi rebels, the time will be ripe for replacing Yemen's health financing system. In order to rebuild trust and curb abuse in the public health system, legal reforms are required to implement health insurance through decentralized decision-making and accountability measures. The Welfare Regime Framework accommodates these general reforms through policies that reflect the particular circumstances of Yemen. The implementation of health insurance reform will require policy reforms that bring together local, national, and international stakeholders to finance and develop management capacity for community-based health insurance in Yemen.
"Increasing Health Care Access in Yemen Through Community-Based Health Insurance,"
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies: Vol. 23
, Article 14.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ijgls/vol23/iss2/14