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Willingness to pay for the quality and intensity of medical care

Victor Lavy

Willingness to pay for the quality and intensity of medical care

low-income households in Ghana

by Victor Lavy

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ghana,
  • Ghana.
    • Subjects:
    • Medical care -- Utilization -- Ghana -- Statistics.,
    • Consumer behavior -- Ghana.,
    • Medical care, Cost of -- Ghana -- Statistics.,
    • Poor -- Ghana -- Finance, Personal -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 29).

      StatementVictor Lavy, John M. Quigley.
      SeriesLSMS working paper,, no. 94
      ContributionsQuigley, John M., 1942-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA410.55.G4 L38 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 39 p. :
      Number of Pages39
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1401573M
      ISBN 100821323784
      LC Control Number93009457

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The empirical analysis is based on some observations on the behavior of low income households in Ghana in The results indicate that the decision to seek medical treatment is responsive to household income. Downloadable.

This paper presents estimates of willingness to pay for medical care, including the quality and intensity of medical treatment sought in response to illness or injury. The empirical analysis is based on some observations on the behavior of low income households in Ghana in The results indicate that the decision to seek medical treatment is responsive to household savilerowandco.com by: Feb 01,  · Random sample of patients were interviewed to measure their willingness to pay for seven specified improvements in the quality of delivered medical care.

Partial tobit regression and corresponding marginal effects analysis were used to analyze the data and obtain WTP savilerowandco.com by: 7. Nov 27,  · Results. Many studies showed that willingness to pay (WTP) can be influenced by few factors. The factors that were found to have significant associations with WTP were age, education, income, dependency ratio/ household size, perception, healthcare services quality, locality rural/ urban and ability to savilerowandco.com by: The willingness to pay for medical care: evidence from two developing countries (English) Abstract.

The rising cost of health care presses hard on developing and industrial countries alike. Feb 01,  · Contingent valuation (CV) is used to estimate the willingness to pay (WTP) of consumers for specific attributes to improve the quality of health care they received in three hospitals in Bangladesh.

Random sample of patients were interviewed to measure their willingness to pay for seven specified improvements in the quality of delivered medical care.

Partial tobit regression and Cited by: 7. The data has been collected from a sample of households in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The study reveals a low level of awareness (15 per cent) about health insurance. Quality of care and cost are the two important factors identi fied by the community as the factors affecting their decision to subscribe to any new health insurance savilerowandco.com by: 5.

Willingness to Pay A Valid and Reliable Measure of Health State Preference. Article (PDF Available) in Medical Decision Making 14(3) · February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Willingness to Pay for a Quality-Adjusted Life Year: In Search of a Standard Article · Literature Review in Medical Decision Making 20(3) · July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Assessing willingness to pay for health care quality improvements Md Sadik Pavel1, Sayan Chakrabarty1,2,3* and Jeff Gow4,5 Abstract Background: Contingent valuation (CV) is used to estimate the willingness to pay (WTP) of consumers for specific attributes to improve the quality of health care they received in three hospitals in savilerowandco.com by: 7.

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Mar 25,  · Although researchers have extensively studied an individual’s willingness to pay for health care services by conducting discrete choice experiments in which willingness to pay is linked to treatment attributes such as efficacy and side effects (e.g., Marti, ) or cost-utility analysis in which willingness to pay for specific treatments is Cited by: 7.

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