Date of Award
Master of Health Policy and Management (HPM)
Health care, Georgia, Health Care Reform, Welfare system, Muskie School of Public Service
In recent years the Georgian health care system has been undergoing fundamental reforms aimed at improving the population’s health status by increasing financial and geographic access to high-quality health care. To address limited financial access to health services of the poor, and protect them from catastrophic expenditures associated with illnesses and improve equity, the government restructured the centralized, financially and administratively unsustainable social security system, with a liberal welfare system focusing on providing a safety net for the poor.
Chitashvili, Tamar, "Performance Measures and Pilot Evaluation of Georgia’s Medical assistance Program for Population below the Poverty Line" (2010). Muskie School Capstones. 26.