Tata Chanturidze, Tako Ugulava, Antonio Durán, Tim Ensor and Erica Richardson – Georgia: Health System Review

This report chiefly focuses on developments after the Rose Revolution in 2003, which brought fundamental change to the role of government in providing, financing and managing public services, including health care. Nearly all health care providers are private actors, independent of the state.

Chanturidze, T., Ugulava, T., Durán, A., Ensor, T., & Richardson, E. (2009). Georgia health system review. Health Systems in Transition, 11(8).

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