Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. As a self defined socialist society the union of soviet socialist republics ussr founded in 1922 developed a totally state run health care model the semashko system centralized integrated and hierarchically organised with the government providing state funded health care to all citizens. Background in the past decade the countries that emerged from the soviet union have experienced major changes in the inherited soviet model of health care which was centrally planned and provided universal free access to basic care. It is difficult to speak of the quality of life in the soviet union without discussing the soviet health care system there is no doubt that the principle of free and universally accessible medical service as pioneered by the soviet union is heartily endorsed by the soviet population this principle derives from the idea that healthcare is such an indispensable aspect of the quality of life . To assess accessibility and affordability of health care in eight countries of the former soviet union data sources study setting primary data collection conducted in 2010 in armenia azerbaijan belarus georgia kazakhstan moldova russia and ukraine
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