Thailand’s Ambitious 30 Baht Healthcare Program Cut Infant Mortality

Thailand’s Ambitious 30 Baht Healthcare Program Cut Infant Mortality – asianscientist.com, June 10, 2013
…Before the 30 Baht Program, poor provinces had higher infant mortality rates, but after the program was implemented, infant mortality rates in rich and poor provinces were nearly identical. The study provides evidence that the new health reform reduced infant mortality by as much as 30 percent in poor provinces…

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