Principal-component regression analysis was used to study the relationship between the indexesof health resource allocation and economy, culture, population and health status by using the data of138 countries, Which will provide basis for classifying districts and setting up the resource allocationstandard.
This thesis aims to illustrate the close relationships between the equitable rights of health for citizens and the equity of medical services from the perspective of equitable medical services and then,based on the analysis of the unbalanced situation of China'sequity of medical services,go further to propose the realization of equitable medical services by way of legal enforcement,hygienic resources reallocation and governmental management.
Through a statistical analysis on the data of the average hospitalization days above the district and county hospitals from 1994 to 1996 in Shanghai Municipality, it was indicated that the affecting factors for the average hospitalization days for patients are multiple and that limiting or shortening the average hospitalization days for patients is possible,and an imagination of establishing a mechanism for macroscopically controlling health service resources is proposed.
Many countries with increased HIV prevalence and the greatest need for ART have limited health resources.
Although it is common clinical practice to combine pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy, some researchers have argued that this has not been shown effective in practice and is an inefficient use of limited mental health resources.
Psychology is struggling to make mental health resources available to all South Africans.
This paper posits that providers with training in and knowledge of mental health resources are more likely to recognize youths' mental health problems, and provide youths with services.
Expensive protocols can be successfully modified and used, depending upon the availability of health resources.
Results indicate that IDVs may be a relatively untapped health resource, but segregation remains strong, thus their full potential is hampered as it is in institutionalized biomedicine.
Methods: Hepatitis B vaccination, mental health, and substance abuse treatment were used to measure health resource use; hepatitis B (HBV) and HIV infections and unsafe sex measured preventive care needs.
Of the seven studies examining case management's impact on health resource use, only two found a positive effect.
Although the police have long been recognized as a community health resource in the United States, this role has expanded significantly over the past several decades as a result of the deinstitutionalization movement.
Cost utility analysis is an application of decision theory which has been proposed as a strategy for making difficult social decisions about health resource allocations.
This paper considers ways of involving consumers in decisions regarding the allocation of scarce health service resources.
The National Institute for Clinical Excellence has published guidelines for economic evaluations for considering whether new health care technologies contribute to the efficient use of National Health Service resources.
Data from the registry are used in research on availability, quality and utilisation of health service resources, and in epidemiological research.
Secondary outcomes are measures of substantive morbidity for the woman and her child, and use of health service resources.