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Equity of access to health services

Anna May Harkin

Equity of access to health services

some relevant issues in an Irish context

by Anna May Harkin

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Published by Institute of Public Health in Ireland in Ireland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health services accessibility -- Ireland.,
  • Health planning -- Ireland.,
  • Medical policy -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Anna May Harkin.
    ContributionsInstitute of Public Health in Ireland.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. ;
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21881457M
    ISBN 100954001052
    OCLC/WorldCa48065554

    Books shelved as health-equity-privilege-disparities: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Far. Health equity arises from access to the social determinants of health, specifically from wealth, power and prestige. Individuals who have consistently been deprived of these three determinants are significantly disadvantaged from health inequities, and face worse health outcomes than those who are able to access certain resources.

    Gender equity in access to health services can be improved also by developing skills, capacities and capabilities among health professionals at all levels of the health system to understand and apply gender perspectives in theirFile Size: 1MB. An international team of eminent experts from primarily the field of health economics describe how equity in health and health care might develop over the next decade. They examine existing and past barriers to promoting equity, citing case examples, and covering issues including access to health services and inequalities between and within.

    Equity in the delivery of health services is to ensure that all people have access to a minimum standard of health services if and when required and not by certain criteria such as ability to pay. A main objective of this study is to assess how equitable the utilization of basic services in health by: 7. Access and Equity Strategy and Framework The Access and Equity Strategy and Framework provides a valuable tool to help Australian Government agencies incorporate a focus on cultural diversity in planning, policy development and service delivery. The principles of the Framework are appropriate and may help to improve access to mental health.


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Equity of access to health care services:: Theory and evidence from the UK. The pursuit of equity of access to health care is a central objective of many health care systems. This paper first sets out a general theoretical framework within which equity of access can be examined. where equity of access has been a central focus in the Cited by: Equity of access to health care: outlining the foundations for action.

London School of Economics, London, UK. This article has been cited by other articles in by: In addition to the concepts of horizontal and vertical equity described above, equity of health care can be divided into three domains: equal access to health care for people in equal need of care.

The concept of equity of access to health care is a central objective of many health care systems and has been an important buttress of the UK National Health Service since its inception in Cited by: This paper will addresses access to health care in rural Quang Nam Province in Vietnam.

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As a teacher, mentor, and researcher, author Rebecca J. Donatelle uses her friendly writing style to address readers’ concerns and motivate them to be savvy, critical consumers of health by: The book provides a historical and political context for the study of health, race, and ethnicity, with key findings on disparities in access, use, and quality.

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Aims and Objectives: To increase equity of access to high quality primary care mental health services for hard to reach ives: to clarify mental health needs in these groups, identify relevant services and their barriers and facilitators, develop and test credible interventions, establish dissemination strategies and integrate new services into primary care.

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book. provides. more. Several national and regional studies have provided evidence on the equity in the use of health care services in the adult. Book Description This book is about equity in health and health care. It explores why, despite being seen as an important goal, health equity has not made more progress within countries and globally, and what needs to change for there to be greater success in delivering : Paperback.

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 of Access to Medical Care: A Conceptual and Empirical Overview Author(s): Lu Ann Aday and Ronald M.

Andersen Source: Medical Care, Vol. 19, No. 12, Supplement: Access to Medical Care: Progress, Problems and Prospects (Dec., ), pp. Published by: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Stable URL.

Accessed: 09/06/ Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance. The study also predicts health care use and program impact for each quintile under a series of simulation scenarios corresponding to proposed expansion of eligibility for the GHI program.

The GHI program increases overall access to health care, but has a negative impact on equity in the distribution of health services. Access to health care means having "the timely use of personal health services to achieve the best health outcomes" ().Access to health care consists of four components (Healthy People ): Coverage: facilitates entry into the health care red people are less likely to receive medical care and more likely to have poor health status.

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