Financial Analysis of Health System Shifts in Egypt: Searching for “gratuitousness” and the right to health

Throughout the formation and development of the modern state of Egypt, health policies played two key roles: First, the state played a powerful and efficient role in the provision of medical services through facilities funded by public treasury revenues. Secondly, it strived to provide these services at the lowest possible costs or free of charge in what is known as the “gratuitousness” policy.

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