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The past two decades have witnessed unprecedented policy effort to improve access to medical services and strengthen financial protection from catastrophic healthcare expenditure. Despite billions of dollars in health spending, manyespecially across the developing worldcontinue to remain vulnerable to financial impoverishment. What accounts for this poor performance? To respond to this question, we turn to the design literature in public policy, which emphasises the role of policy tools ordoi:10.1080/14494035.2019.1569328 fatcat:6ek5phfowncl3bcnbsirqfjxxq