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Health Sector Reform In Suriname (White Paper)

Ministry of Health Suriname & Inter-American Development Bank Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Suriname 31 December 2002 Report quality care, service evaluation

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The White Paper evaluates the Health Sector Reform in Suriname and focuses on the following portions:

- Performance of the health system

- Underlying causes of poor performance

- Scope of the health sector

- Performance of the primary health care

- Performance of secondary care

- Drug management

- Performance of public entities

- Quality assurance (within the health care sector)

- Improving the performance of the health sector

- Framework for implementation of the health sector reform

- Implementation plan

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