The Demand for Health Services in a Developing Country : The Role of Prices, Service Quality, and Reporting of Illnesses
As a result of the debt crises of the 1980s and the ensuing structural adjustment and stabilization programs, many less-developed countries (LDCs) have had to cut back social spending, including spending on government health programs. As a result, these countries have been forced to explore alternative means fo financing health services, including greater recovery of costs in the government health sector via user fees.
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