Assessing Health System Responsiveness: A Household Survey in 17th District of Tehran

@inproceedings{Rashidian2011AssessingHS,
  title={Assessing Health System Responsiveness: A Household Survey in 17th District of Tehran},
  author={Arash Rashidian and Zahra Kavosi and Reza Majdzadeh and Abulghasem Pourreza and Farshad Pourmalek and Mohammad Arab and Kazem Mohammad},
  booktitle={Iranian Red Crescent medical journal},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Responsiveness is an indicator by WHO to evaluate the performance of health systems on nonmedical expectations of consumers. This study measures the health system responsiveness and the factors affecting responsiveness in Iran health system. METHODS World Health Survey (WHS) questionnaire was used to collect data on a two-stage cluster sampling in 17th District of Tehran in 2003. Of a sample of 773, 677 and 299 individuals who respectively had outpatient or inpatient services… CONTINUE READING

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