An effective health measure is a pre-requisite for minimizing the losses
of lives of coastal people and also mitigates the health sufferings from
the devastating effects of climate change. Universal Health Coverage
(UHC) plays a vital role to tackle health problems with the full spectrum
of services of good quality according to need and at an affordable cost to
coastal people. This study explores the determinants of UHC and
examines their effectiveness in the coastal society. To fulfill the research
objective, the study followed a cluster sampling technique and carried
out household interviews through questionnaire survey which covers the
provision of coinsurance, Telemedicine, Medicare, social insurance,
Medicaid, payment for UHC and capitation. The study used the gravity
model to generate empirically supported assessment. Most of the
determinants of UHC are statistically significant at convenient levels with
expected sign. The findings of the study justify the relevant determinants
of UHC and provide guideline to meet the target of good health and
human well-being of SDGs.
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