4 edition of The political economy of health services provision and access in Brazil found in the catalog.
The political economy of health services provision and access in Brazil
Andrew Sunil Rajkumar
|Statement||Andrew Sunil Rajkumar, Maureen L. Cropper, and Ahmed Mushfiq Mobarak.|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 3508, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3508.|
|Contributions||Cropper, Maureen L., World Bank.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005616425|
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to political-market characteristics when the public good is more, rather than less, visible. We nd that health care access improves with greater electoral participation and diminishes with political competition whereas, it is the opposite for system capacity. The combined e ect however limits access and increases provision of system capacity. This study analyzed several political determinants of increased private-sector management in Brazilian health care. In Brazil, the poor depend almost exclusively on the public Unified Health System (the SUS), which remains severely underfunded. Given the overhead costs associated with privately contracted health services, increased private management is one driver of higher expenditures in the Cited by: 2.
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The per capita provision of doctors, nurses, and clinics is also greater in counties with a popular local leader, and in counties where. Shows that ill-health is largely a product of the social and economic organization of society; that medical practice and research are strongly influenced by their roles in maintaining a healthy labour force; and that the medical field provides a large arena for the accumulation of capital.
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