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Commodification of health: a critical analysis of the creeping privatization of the Philippine General Hospital.
The right to the highest attainable standard of health has long been recognized and established as a fundamental human right. It is ultimately the state’s responsibility to ensure that this right is respected, protected, ...
A comparative study of the services of PGH and MDH for their charity patients.
Everyone is susceptible to disease. In fact, Filipinos are reminded everyday, through advertisements and television programs, to have regular check-ups and to take necessary pharmaceutical products. However, majority of ...
The critical assessment of the Magna Carta of Public Health Workers.
This undergraduate thesis entitled The Critical Assessment of the Magna Carta of Public Health Workers: The Philippine General Hospital Experience explores on the current plight of the health workforce of the country’s ...
The political economy of public hospital financing in the Philippines: case analyses of Philippine General Hospital and Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center.
Instead of being provided with the right budget, public hospitals are given inadequate amount of financial resources. In line with the government’s thrust towards fiscal autonomy and self-sufficiency rooted from the unjust ...
Official Development Assistance (ODA) and health: a case study on the Philippine General Hospital.
Health plays a vital role in the road to development. However, in the Philippines as financial allocations for public hospitals are not prioritized by the government, as manifested in the insufficient funds for the operations ...