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2016 | 43 | 7(508) | 17-21
Article title

ZDROWIE A KORZYSTANIE ZE ŚWIADCZEŃ ZDROWOTNYCH. KOSZT I DOSTĘP DO USŁUG OCHRONY ZDROWIA

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EN
HEALTH AND USE OF HEALTH CARE: COSTS OF AND ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE
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Abstracts
EN
The article focuses on the impact of both individual and institutional factors (in that of the socio-economic status) on health prophylaxis and health care usage in the selected European countries. It is an empirical literature review based on SHARE data for people aged 50+.
PL
Artykuł omawia wpływ czynników indywidualnych (w tym statusu społeczno-ekonomiczny) i instytucjonalnych na profilaktykę zdrowotną oraz korzystanie ze świadczeń zdrowotnych w systemach ochrony zdrowia w wybranych krajach europejskich. Jest to przegląd badań empirycznych opartych na danych badania SHARE dla osób w wieku 50 i więcej lat.
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Volume
43
Issue
Pages
17-21
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Contributors
  • Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie; Fundacja Naukowa CASE
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