The impact of universal health coverage and national health expenditure on the main health determinants on central America countries and the Caribbean
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Health is considered as a sensitive marker of the sustainable development of a population. In Central America and Caribbean (CAC) region, the majority of countries are considered middle-income economies with significant inequalities mainly between the different types of health coverage and health expenditure.The main objective of the dissertation is to identify a possible relationship between universal health coverage and health investment in the main health and some sociodemographic determinants defined by the WHO/PAHO from 2009 to 2018. Additional characterizations of current types of health coverage, investment in health and the main health and socio-demographic indicators of the region were made.