Social determinants-health

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Social determinants-health

  1. 1. Social Determinants of Health Arindam Basu University of Canterbury Email: arindam.basu@canterbury.ac.nz 26/February/2014
  2. 2. Health Care Organization HEALTH CARE INDIRECT COSTS COST QUALITY ACCESS EQUITABLE? DIRECT COSTS STRUCTURE OUTCOMES AVEDIS DONABEDIAN, 1988 PROCESS REALIZED?
  3. 3. EQUITY vs EQUITABILITY INJUSTICE INEQUITY INEQUALITY
  4. 4. Right to Health = = Right to Access Health Care
  5. 5. HEALTH IS A RESOURCE  WE SHOULD ALL HAVE ACCESS TO THIS RESOURCE
  6. 6. Is this Resource Accessible to All?
  7. 7. Types of Access to Care Access to Care Realization of Access Realized Access to Care Potential Access Equitability of Access Equitable Access Inequitable Access Access Inequity
  8. 8. Determinants of Access to Care Demographic Variables (Age, Gender) Clinico-Pathological Conditions and Urgency (Evaluated Need) Socioeconomic Status (Higher gets Better) Place of Living (Easier to Access get Better) Access to Care
  9. 9. Determinants of Access to Care Biological or Need Variables Demographic Variables (Age, Gender) Clinico-Pathological Conditions and Urgency (Evaluated Need) Socioeconomic Status (Higher gets Better) Place of Living (Easier to Access get Better) Social Variables Access to Care
  10. 10. Determinants of Access to Care Biological or Need Variables Demographic Variables (Age, Gender) Right to Health Right to Access Care Social Justice Clinico-Pathological Conditions and Urgency (Evaluated Need) Socioeconomic Status (Higher gets Better) Place of Living (Easier to Access get Better) Social Variables Access to Care
  11. 11. Determinants of Access to Care Biological or Need Variables Demographic Variables (Age, Gender) Right to Health Right to Access Care Social Justice Clinico-Pathological Conditions and Urgency (Evaluated Need) Access to Care Socioeconomic Status (Higher gets Better) Place of Living (Easier to Access get Better) Social Variables Better Health Achievement
  12. 12. Equity of Access to Care Biological or Need Variables Demographic Variables (Age, Gender) Right to Health Right to Access Care Social Justice Clinico-Pathological Conditions and Urgency (Evaluated Need) Access to Care Better Health Achievement
  13. 13. Inequitable Access to Care Right to Health This Leads to Avoidable Hospitalizations, And Unjustified Distribution of Health Outcomes That Cannot Be Explained on the basis of Variations or Inequality That Exists in Any Society. Problem! Right to Access Care Social Justice Access to Care Socioeconomic Status (Higher gets Better) Place of Living (Easier to Access get Better) Social Variables Better Health Achievement
  14. 14. Social Determinants of Health Right to Health Analyzing The Following Components and models Belong to the Principles of Social Determinants of Health Right to Access Care Social Justice Access to Care Socioeconomic Status (Higher gets Better) Place of Living (Easier to Access get Better) Social Variables Better Health Achievement
  15. 15. Let’s Play with Some Real World Data Now!

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