To inform decision making about premium collection for the expansion of social health protection in Cambodia, HP+ undertook a case study of a community-based health insurance scheme to assess collection costs vis-à-vis the amount of cash collected. The study adopted the Cambodian government perspective (i.e., all costs that can be allocated to the government, either directly or indirectly). HP+ also examined the total cost of the scheme, including user fee payments, to estimate the gap in premium payments that would have been required to fully cover the scheme’s costs.
Kolesar, R. and S.O. Phuong. 2019. Costing of Health Insurance Premium Collection in Cambodia’s Informal Sector: A Case Study of Community-Based Health Insurance. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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