Explanation of inequality in utilization of ambulatory care before and after universal health insurance in Thailand

@article{Yiengprugsawan2011ExplanationOI,
  title={Explanation of inequality in utilization of ambulatory care before and after universal health insurance in Thailand},
  author={V. Yiengprugsawan and GA Carmichael and LL-Y Lim and S. Seubsman and Ac Sleigh},
  journal={Health Policy and Planning},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={105 - 114}
}
  • V. Yiengprugsawan, GA Carmichael, +2 authors Ac Sleigh
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Health Policy and Planning
  • Thailand implemented a Universal Coverage Scheme (UCS) of national health insurance in April 2001 to finance equitable access to health care. This paper compares inequalities in health service use before and after the UCS, and analyses the trend and determinants of inequality. The national Health and Welfare Surveys of 2001 and 2005 are used for this study. The concentration index for use of ambulatory care among the population reporting a recent illness is used as a measure of health… CONTINUE READING
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