2 edition of Economic status and health. found in the catalog.
Economic status and health.
Selwyn De Witt Collins
|Statement||by Selwyn D. Collins, associate statistician, United States Public Health Service. Prepared by direction of the surgeon general.|
|Series||U. S. Public health service. Public health bulletin,, no. 165|
|LC Classifications||RA427 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 74 p.|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||27026414|
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Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgement. Introduction. Concept and theories of health economics. Health care under five year plans. Profile of the study area. Socio economic status and type of diseases. Health care expenditure.
Choice of health care services. Availability and adequacy of health care. Socio-Economic Status: Disability and Race/Ethnicity It is widely recognized that social, economic, and political resources and structures, called the social determinants of health, have a significant influence on health outcomes.4 One subset of these—socio-economic status—is the most common and documented social determinant.
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The Status of Health in Demand Estimation; or, Beyond Excellent, Good, Fair, Poor Willard G. Manning, Jr., Joseph P. Newhouse, and John E.
Ware, Jr. Socioeconomic status is the social standing or class of an individual or group. It is often measured as a combination of education, income and occupation.
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When socioeconomic status is controlled, health differences between blacks and whites in mortality and functional limitations are sometimes eliminated (Kington and Smith, ), though differences may not disappear for specific examples of large racial or ethnic differences that are not explained by socioeconomic status are hypertension among black men and diabetes among black.
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