Monetary incentives in primary health care and effects on use and coverage of preventive health care interventions in rural Honduras: cluster randomised trial.

@article{Morris2004MonetaryII,
  title={Monetary incentives in primary health care and effects on use and coverage of preventive health care interventions in rural Honduras: cluster randomised trial.},
  author={Saul Sutkover Morris and Rafael Flores and Pedro Olinto and Juan Manuel Medina},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2004},
  volume={364 9450},
  pages={2030-7}
}
BACKGROUND Scaling-up of effective preventive interventions in child and maternal health is constrained in many developing countries by lack of demand. In Latin America, some governments have been trying to increase demand for health interventions by making direct payments to poor households contingent on them keeping up-to-date with preventive health services. We undertook a public health programme effectiveness trial in Honduras to assess this approach, contrasting it with a direct transfer… CONTINUE READING
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