Socioekonomiska skillnader i användning av specialisttjänster i de nordiska länderna

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Abstract

This chapter examines socio-economic differences in the use of specialist care in
the five Nordic countries (Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Iceland). It
includes socio-economic differences in investigations, specialist ambulatory and
in-patient care, but excludes care by specialists in general practice. The indicators
include income, education, occupation,
and socio-economic status.
Translated title of the contributionSocioekonomiska skillnader i användning av specialisttjänster i de nordiska länderna
Original languageMultiple languages
Title of host publicationHealth Statistics in the Nordic Countries
EditorsJohannes Nielsen , Mika Gissler, Jakob Lynge Sandegaard, Pál Weihe, Jóanis Erik Køltum, Knud Brinkløv, Birger Ch. Sandell, Sigríður Vilhjálmsdóttir, Jens-Kristian Borgan, Linda Grytten, Lars Johansson, Ilmo Keskimaki, Asbjørn Haugsbø, Inger Cappelen
Place of PublicationCopenhagen, Denmark
PublisherNOMESCO (Nordisk Medicinalstatistisk Komité)
ChapterIV
Pages204-222
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)87–89702–49-2
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Publication series

NameHealth Statistics in the Nordic Countries
PublisherNOMESCO

Keywords

  • socioeconomic
  • equity
  • equality policy
  • access
  • health inequalities
  • Healthcare Disparities/statistics & numerical data

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