Health policy is the set of decisions and plans, developed by governmental or nongovernmental agencies, designed to promote specific health-care objectives. Policies can be directed at individuals, physicians, pharmaceutical companies, or health-care systems. Examples include tobacco control policies and those designed to promote equal opportunites to access care.
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