4 edition of Health and health care in developing countries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter Conrad and Eugene B. Gallagher.|
|Contributions||Conrad, Peter, 1945-, Gallagher, Eugene B.|
|LC Classifications||RA418.3.D48 H43 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||92049629|
"Health care systems" have become a topic of growing importance over the past couple of decades, especially so since the World Health Organization report. The European Union, in collaboration with investment partners, has invested heavily in health care systems analysis, most notably via its Observatory on Health Systems and : Christian Aspalter, Kenny Teguh Pribadi, Robin Gauld. This paper is concerned with the health problems of the developing countries of today and with the examination of the role of medical care in their alleviation, given the resources available. It begins with a brief examination of some relevant demographic and socio-economic factors before discussing questions more directly concerned with medical care and assessing the. Ed Peter Berman Harvard University Press, £, pp ISBN 0 X Health sector reform must be the most exciting challenge facing those responsible for health care in developing countries. Substantive change that results in more money for health and more health for the money has to be right. The new international policy vision has shifted to Cited by: This is the first comparative analysis of the role and performance of private health insurance (PHI) in OECD countries. The book reviews PHI markets and identifies policy issues arising from their.
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In this seminal collection of articles on health care in the Third World, sociological perspectives are applied to medical issues in revealing ways.
Fourteen essays (all but two of which are original to this volume) examine the social production of health, disease, and systems of care throughout the developing world.
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For the last two decades, major Asian economies have successfully kept their economic growth momentum going. Now, as these economies are entering a new phase of economic growth, more attention is being paid to their respective states of social development, especially the provision and the expansion of social security and, in particular, health care.
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Although a growing amount of literature has appeared on the. Health Care Provision and Associated Human Resource Needs. Studies on developing services to meet the Millennium Development Goals emphasize the importance of making health workers with the appropriate skills available and motivating them (Jha and Mills ).The problems include lack of technical skills, low motivation, and poor support networks (Kurowski and Cited by: Although the quantity rather than quality of health services has been the focus historically in developing countries, ample evidence suggests that quality of care (or the lack of it) must be at the center of every discussion about better health.
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In dozens of developing countries, special technical groups are busy advising min-isters of health, ministers of ﬁ nance, vice presidents, and presidents on the feasi-bility of social health insurance (SHI) as a way to mobilize revenues for health, enhance the health sector’s performance, and provide universal coverage.
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Academic study of the development of health care in developing countries has been for the most part neglected by the literature, and in-depth country case studies that are directly comparable on a one-to-one basis have not yet Author: Christian Aspalter, Kenny Teguh Pribadi, Robin Gauld.
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In Nutrition and Health in Developing Countries, a team of leading public health and infectious disease experts. This book is the second edition of a successful and well-respected text aimed at planners and health policy makers involved in planning for health in developing countries.
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Read this book on Questia. This collection of original essays addresses the issue of health care in the Third World, focusing on its spatial organization, the levels of inequality, and the socioeconomic and political forces that govern its delivery in different countries.
The book has four chapters. The first reviews the evolution of health promotion as a strategy, in line with the principles of primary health care, for reaching disadvantaged and under-served populations and for giving people greater control over conditions affecting their health.
Systems of paying for health care Fundamentally, there are four different ways of organizing payments and contracts in health care systems. Schematic diagrams of these are shown in Figure 1.
System I is a private good market, in which consumers buy health care services directly from providers. This system is still used in all countries for. HEALTH CARE Health systems in developing countries face enormous problems.
In all of the poorest countries—and even in most rich ones—health outcomes vary widely by socioeconomic group. Governments and insurance companies alike are struggling to meet the costs of ever-increasing public expectations for health services.
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