FE Editorial : Real healthcare?
The Financial Express: Dec 05 2012, 01:44 IST
public-sector healthcare providers, their adherence to a required checklist was substantially higher (6.81% more than public-sector providers). Similarly, private health-providers in urban Delhi trumped public-sector workers, albeit with a smaller margin (reflecting the better quality of public health institutions in Delhi). In the report’s own words, “Evidence suggests that private-sector providers were better in adhering to the checklist … than their public-sector counterparts”. Why? Because “provider effort” becomes the “key determinant of quality”. And those whose incomes directly relate to their work would obviously put in more effort.
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