Areas of medical underservice in the south and in Florida

Dana R Todsen

Abstract


Increased public awareness and interest, together with government financing of health services, have created a need for measures of health status that can aid in planning and evaluating health care delivery systems. From a developmental perspective, the general consensus among health researchers is that traditional measures of health status, morbidity and mortality are too insensitive to other outside influences to be of much use in evaluating health services.


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