Access To Health
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📒Access To Health Care ✍ Martin Gulliford
✏Access to Health Care Book Summary : To what extent can we have truly universal, comprehensive and timely health services, equally available to all? Access to Health Care considers the meaning of 'access' in health care and examines the theoretical issues that underpin these questions. Contributors draw on a range of disciplinary perspectives to investigate key aspects of access, including: · geographical accessibility of services · socio-economic equity of access · patients' help-seeking behaviour · organisational problems and access · methods for evaluating access. Access is considered in both a UK and international context. The book includes chapters on contrasting health policies in the United States and European Union. Access to Health Care provides both health care researchers as well as health professionals, managers and policy analysts, with a clear and wide-ranging overview of topical and controversial questions in health policy and health services organization and delivery.
✏Equity in Access to Health Promotion Treatment and Care for All European Women Book Summary :
📒Factors Affecting Access To Rural Health Services ✍ Benjamin Njore Mwasi
✏Factors Affecting Access to Rural Health Services Book Summary : This study sought to identify the major barriers to health service access for a special section of the Kenya community, namely, a rural community in a semi-arid environment, using Marigat Division of Baringo District within the Rift Valley as an example. Such environments are characterized by harsh weather conditions, sparsely distributed small settlements, poor road and other communication networks and low economic levels. The study used both primary and secondary socio-economic data, including health service attendance patterns, population and disease incidence distributions, as well as bio-physical data such as topography, weather and road networks to analyze health attendance patterns.
📒Access To Health Care Services In Rural Areas ✍ Sheldon Weisgrau
✏Access to Health Care Services in Rural Areas Book Summary : Includes: impact of hospital closures; do transition grants help rural hospitals? rural hospital networks: implications for rural health reform; variations in rural hospital costs: effects of market concentration & location; why do so few HMOs offer Medicare risk plans in rural areas? patterns of HMO service areas in rural counties; effects & effectiveness of telemedicine; & access of rural AFDC Medicaid beneficiaries to mental health services. Illustrated.
✏Access to Health Care Book Summary : Reviews state initiatives to expand access to health insurance and control rising health care costs. Describes comprehensive plans to provide universal access to coverage, programs to extend access to specific groups, and efforts to control costs by reforming payment mechanisms. Maps and graphs.
📒Access To Health Care In America ✍ Institute of Medicine
✏Access to Health Care in America Book Summary : Americans are accustomed to anecdotal evidence of the health care crisis. Yet, personal or local stories do not provide a comprehensive nationwide picture of our access to health care. Now, this book offers the long-awaited health equivalent of national economic indicators. This useful volume defines a set of national objectives and identifies indicators--measures of utilization and outcome--that can "sense" when and where problems occur in accessing specific health care services. Using the indicators, the committee presents significant conclusions about the situation today, examining the relationships between access to care and factors such as income, race, ethnic origin, and location. The committee offers recommendations to federal, state, and local agencies for improving data collection and monitoring. This highly readable and well-organized volume will be essential for policymakers, public health officials, insurance companies, hospitals, physicians and nurses, and interested individuals.
📒Expanding Access To Health Care ✍ Terry F. Buss
✏Expanding Access to Health Care Book Summary : The U.S. health care system faces well-known problems: 47 million people without health insurance, rapidly rising costs that consume 16 percent of the country's economic output, and widely uneven quality of care. Even many people with coverage are experiencing serious problems paying for the rapidly rising costs of health care and insurance.This book - a joint product of the National Academy of Public Administration and the National Academy of Social Science - undertakes a sweeping analysis of the management and administrative issues that arise in expanding health care coverage. The book identifies the core administrative functions that need to be performed in assuring access to health coverage, describes how these functions are performed at present and under proposed alternatives, draws lessons from experience in the U.S. and abroad, and assesses suggested administrative approaches designed to facilitate the improvement and expansion of health care coverage.Adequate health care is one of today's most crucial domestic policy concerns. "Expanding Access to Health Care" is designed to bring together in one place some of the best thinking on the subject, not as an exercise in advocacy, but rather to lay out the issues in a balanced way so that policymakers, researchers, and citizens can better understand the complex details of health care reform.
📒Access To Health Insurance ✍ DIANE Publishing Company
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✏The Evolution of Inequity in Access to Health Care in Spain Book Summary :
📒Access To Health And Education Services In Ethiopia ✍ Fra Von Massow
✏Access to Health and Education Services in Ethiopia Book Summary : This report analyses the findings of an extensive research project conducted by Oxfam in Ethiopia in the context rising external debt communities, both rural and urban, were interviewed about their problems in gaining access to basic health care, reproductive-health services and primary education.