Juwhan Oh

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High participation rates are important for maximizing the effects of a health screening program. Previous studies have suggested that individual or regional characteristics have effects on health behaviors. In this study, we investigated the determinants of participation in the National Screening Program for Transitional Ages by simultaneously analyzing(More)
BACKGROUND The unmet needs for health care have been used as an alternative measurement to monitor equity in health services. We sought to examine contextual influences on unmet needs for health care whereas precedent studies have been focused on individual characteristics on them. METHODS AND FINDINGS The current study conducted multilevel logistic(More)
  • Irene Akua Agyepong, Daniel Nana Yaw Abankwah, Angela Abroso, ChangBae Chun, Joseph Nii Otoe Dodoo, Shinye Lee +9 others
  • 2016
Background: Despite universal population coverage and equity being a stated policy goal of its NHIS, over a decade since passage of the first law in 2003, Ghana continues to struggle with how to attain it. The predominantly (about 70 %) tax funded NHIS currently has active enrolment hovering around 40 % of the population. This study explored in-depth(More)
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