Health Facility Surveys: An Introduction

@inproceedings{Lindelow2003HealthFS,
  title={Health Facility Surveys: An Introduction},
  author={Magnus Lindelow and Adam Wagstaff},
  year={2003}
}
Health facility surveys come in various guises. One dimension in which they vary is their motivation. Some seek to understand better links between households and providers. Others seek to understand better provider behavior and performance. Still others seek to understand the interrelationships between providers, while yet others seek to shed light on the linkages between government and providers. Health facility surveys differ too in the data they collect, in part due to the different… CONTINUE READING

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