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Health Care Inequity in South Africa and the Public/Private Mix

@inproceedings{Wadee2003HealthCI,
  title={Health Care Inequity in South Africa and the Public/Private Mix},
  author={H. Wadee and L. Gilson and M. Thiede and O. Okorafor and D. Mcintyre},
  year={2003}
}
  • H. Wadee, L. Gilson, +2 authors D. Mcintyre
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine
  • This working paper presents information and analyses of health care inequity in South Africa, with specific reference to what health economists term the publicprivate mix in health care. The paper identifies the apartheid legacy of disadvantage in terms of health status and inequitable access to health care, and outlines health policy initiatives since 1994.It draws together household survey data and other evidence to highlight three aspects of the South African health system since that date: 1… CONTINUE READING
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