Role of Primary Health Care in Ensuring Access to Medicines

Sambala, Evanson Z.; Sapsed, Susan; Mkandawire, Mercy L.
June 2010
Croatian Medical Journal;Jun2010, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p181
Academic Journal
The article discusses the role of primary health care (PHC) in the assurance of health service accessibility in the U.S. It states that PHC can remove the barriers of health care services and can be a great contribution to identify collective health by promoting universal basic health services. It notes that PHC can improve the access of people in medicine and innovate health care. It also explains a PHC strategy to strengthen health systems.


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