The Second Kaiser Family Foundation Survey of Health Care in South Africa
The 2nd Annual Kaiser Family Foundation National Household Survey of approximately 4,000 South African households measures changes since the first survey (in 1998) in key demographics, public health, and health status indicators. The survey also establishes data on access to health care and factors affecting access, such as the cost of transport, waiting time, etc., as well as patient satisfaction with the quality of care.
- Report: Household Survey
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