3 edition of Demand for health care among the urban poor found in the catalog.
Demand for health care among the urban poor
Jan Paul Acton
|Statement||[by] Jan Paul Acton. The New York City Rand Institute.|
|Contributions||New York City-Rand Institute., United States. Office of Economic Opportunity., New York (City). Health Services Administration.|
|LC Classifications||AS36.R3 R-1151, RA395.A4 R-1151|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 52 p.|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||76357646|
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Demand for Health Care among the Urban Poor, with Special Emphasis on the Role of Time Jan Paul Acton. Chapter in NBER book The Role of Health Insurance in the Health Services Sector (), Richard N. Rosett (p. - ) Published in by NBER.
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by: The demand for health care is estimated using household survey data from poor neighborhoods in New York City. A theoretical model is developed such that people pay for alternative types of medical care with money and time. Implications of the model are examined by performing Tobit regressions.
Demand for Health Care among the Urban Poor, with Special Emphasis on the Role of Time Author: Jan Paul Acton Subject: The demand for health care is estimated using household survey data from poor neighborhoods in New York City.
A theoretical model is developed such that people pay for alternative types of medical care with money and time. Created Date. Jan Paul Acton, "Demand for Health Care among the Urban Poor, with Special Emphasis on the Role of Time," NBER Chapters, in: The Role of Health Insurance in the Health Services Sector, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberch The study consisted of randomly selected household. This study has analysis the comparative analysis between two slums dwellers’ of demand for health care.
The findings of the study indicate that the demand for health care of Baganbari slum dwellers is higher than Kalapani slum : Nurjahan Sultana, Md.
Zahidur Rahman, Sushil Ranjan Howlader. Mobilizing Demand for Primary Health care among the Urban Poor In Bangladesh Conference Paper (PDF Available) October with 54 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Governance for Urban Health Demand for health care among the urban poor book Mobilizing Demand for Primary Health Care among the Urban Poor in Bangladesh The growth of urban slums in Bangladesh is creating a crisis in healthcare delivery.
New research will identify opportunities to improve health care for the urban poor and involve communities more meaningfully in health governance. Studies show that the causes of death among the urban poor are similar to those among the non-poor, including cardiovascular diseases and cancer among those over 40 years of age, and TB, respiratory infections, and diarrhoea among children under 5 years of age.
Significant health inequities exist within urban Size: 1MB. Urbanization, Urban Poverty and Health of the Urban Poor Utilization and reach of primary health services is poor among urban slum communities in India even though there is physical proximity to advanced health care facilities.
Primary health care facilities have not grown in proportion to the explosive growth of urban population. Get this from a library. Demand for health care among the urban poor, with special emphasis on the role of time.
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Estimating the demand for health services in four poor districts of Cape Town, South Africa. By focussing on care-seeking among the poorest urban population, this analysis aims to inform strategies to improve the equity of health service access in the province. MarikoQuality of care and the demand for health services in Bamako, Mali: Cited by: 8.
It differs from current practice in that (1) it deals explicitly with the complex relation between income, health, health insurance, and the demand for health care, and (2) ‘health’ is treated.
improving access to health care, among the urban poor. I begin by highlighting some basic facts about health and access to health care in the United States. I then briefly discuss the major programs that have been in place to provide medical care to the poor, including Medicaid and community health centers.
Abstract. This paper examines the determinants that influence health care demand decisions in rural areas of Gansu province, China.
This represents the first effort to identify and quantify the effect of price of care on choice of provider in China, and is the first quantitative examination of this topic focusing on poor rural areas in by: These are typically neighborhoods where people are isolated by poverty.
They are less likely to have jobs, less likely to have vehicles and access to healthy food, and more likely to face violence in and outside their homes. As the presence of health care providers in low-income neighborhoods decreases.
Health Services Factors-The common health services variable to both rural and urban areas was the quality of care which was given expression to by the paramedical services antecedent to health care and cure. However, while patients in the urban areas expressed more loyalty to a provider, the rural residents seemed to be fascinated by those Cited by: The lower group has consistently come out as least healthy, with, for example, the city's highest rates of premature births and deaths, infant mortality, chlamydia, HIV infection, teen births, lead poisoning, smoking and obesity and the lowest rates of routine care, vaccinations, cancer screenings and health insurance.
Richard Vize provided editorial support to Mark Britnell for his book In Search of the Perfect Health System, which won the health and social care prize at the BMA Medical Book Awards Join Author: Richard Vize.
Urban health problems: › Low access to health services: Proximity to quality health services Barriers – economic, social. In Mozambique, only % of urban children belonging to poorest quintile received complete immunisation in comparision to % among the richest quintile.
In Kenya, rates of home delivery among urban poor is %. the 19th century to address public health crises related to inadequate housing, poor sanitation and infectious disease outbreaks impacting the urban poor, is struggling to addresses this spatial concentration of disease.
This paper frames the problem of health disparities as an urban planning issue by focusing on the urban asthma. Mental Illness Among the Urban Poor Ana Wong-McDonald, Ph.D.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: urban poor. The use of health care among urban children with fever is charted in Figure 2.
Several characteristics about the use of health care in an urban setting can be drawn from these results. This is consistent with findings in the literature on health care demand in low-income countries (Akin et al. ; For the poor, the visit to the Cited by: 2.
• Inadequate Health Care Service for the Urban Poor: • 17 primary health care facilities, many functioning sub-optimally • Low Access of urban poor to Health Care • Limited outreach staff, insufficient interaction with community, irregular outreach sessions • Low Demand and sub-optimal behaviors among the Urban Poor.
When communities lose hospitals, they lose doctors, too. The newspapers' data analysis shows that doctors are scarcer in poor neighborhoods: Fifty-eight percent of the nation's 5, federally designated "primary care shortage areas" fall in census tracts of highest poverty in the 52 major metropolitan areas.
Special Report from The New England Journal of Medicine — Health and Health Care in South Africa — 20 Years after Mandela urban areas, most prominently among poor people living in urban Cited by: Books shelved as healthcare: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande, The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheap Missing: urban poor.
This report describes the health and health care needs of welfare recipients (and former recipients) living in large urban areas, where a substantial percentage of the national welfare caseload lives. The r eport is based on survey and ethnographic data from the Project on Devolution and Urban Change, a.
A new IFC report finds that Africa needs substantial private investment to meet growing demand for health care. IFC estimates that over the next decade, $$30 billion in new investment will be needed to meet Africa’s health care demand.
The law of demand applies to health care as in other markets: as the price of health care increases, you demand less of it. But we must be careful. What matters is the price of health care to you. If you have health insurance, this price may be much lower than the actual cost of providing you with care.
Under most health-insurance contracts. Implementation of the RED strategy has resulted in increased health access for the urban poor, as demonstrated by health staff having reached new clients with immunization, family planning and ante-natal care services, and increased civil registrations which Cited by: In the absence of functional social security mechanisms for elderly people in Nigeria, elderly households are solely responsible for geriatric healthcare costs, which can lead to catastrophic health expenditures (CHE) – particularly among the poor.
This study investigates the key determinants of CHE among poorly insured elderly households in by: The Grossman model of health demand is a model for studying the demand for health and medical care outlined by Michael Grossman in a monograph in entitled: The demand for health: A theoretical and empirical model based demand for medical care on the interaction between a demand function for health and a production function for g: urban poor.
In cities, access to quality health care varies greatly between the rich and poor, from Lagos to Washington, D.C. The poorest urban children in some developing countries are twice as likely to die as their wealthy counterparts.
Steps must be taken immediately to eliminate health inequality, says charity group Save the Children. example, in the urban context, the urban poor rely heavily on the cash economy thus making them more vulnerable to fluctuations in income, and there are severe environmental and health hazards due to crowded living conditions in urban slums, and no tenure security.
Other aspects of poverty, both rural and urban. urban setting is mainly the outcome of a systemic process of interaction of the demand and supply sides of the health care market in the context of widespread poverty.
This article further argues that the bifurcation of health care delivery into a two-tier system limits better access to health care especially for the urban poor.
This is because Author: Tausi Kida. Bangladesh has witnessed substantial success with respect to health, as described in the Lancet Bangladesh Series and elsewhere.1 The daunting challenge now is the health of poor people living in urban areas.
Massive and rapid urbanisation is occurring, with rural populations moving to cities in huge numbers, driven by poverty, climate change, and the promise of better Cited by:. Huge poor–rich inequalities in maternity care: an international comparative study of maternity and child care in developing countries The RR gives the ratio of health care use among the richest to the poorest group within a country, whereas the RD gives the absolute difference in health care use between these groups.
in rural areas is.Community perceptions of health and health care delivery 12 Experience with health services 30 Community perceptions of health care financing 36 Health system goals and social capital 43 Chapter 5 Discussion 49 Chapter 6 Conclusions 57 Chapter 7 Recommendations 59 Chapter 8 References 61File Size: 1MB.Utilization of Maternal Health Care Services in Ethiopia.
Calverton, Maryland, USA: ORC Macro. 1 ). One explanation for poor health outcomes among women and children is the nonuse of modern health care services by a sizable influence the use of maternity care services in urban areas.
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