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All papers reproduced by permission. It is also fragmented, with a supply offered by many institutions public and private and facilities that are not well integrated into the health care network [ 52 ].
Environ Plan B Plan Des. In this article, we focus on potential spatial accessibility in a borderland context. To facilitate the comparison between the four scenarios, a quantile classification with five classes has been used and mapped Fig.
This must be done in the DR. The potential spatial accessibility as described earlier is the distance between the supply in this case, the number of health professionals and the demand, defined by the overall population.
The relocation of a private Dominican industrial free-trade zone in the fertile plain of Maribahoux in Ouanaminthe a project financed by the International Finance Corporation however highlights the advantages derived by the Dominican Republic from its different level of development from that of Haiti.
The cross-border metropolis in a global age: During the last 2 decades, numerous studies leh explored the potential spatial access to health 2416-7 within a whole country or metropolitan area. The neighbourhood was the finest spatial unit available. Not surprisingly, the coefficients for rural areas confirm that these areas have poorer accessibility, regardless of the scenario.
Abstract Background The geographical accessibility of health services is an important issue especially in developing countries and even more for those sharing a leu as for Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
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The concept of borders has been evolving throughout the years from their being seen as barriers to their being considered as contact zones, but regional integration and border openness have been questioned in several contexts [ 27 — 32 ].
A patient mobility framework that travels: Two of these dimensions are spatial: On the other hand, when the border is closed, the potential accessibility for health services is higher for the Dominicans.
First, note that R 2 increases from 0. But, as far as the official documents of both countries indicate, there is no cross-border cooperation in health care involving any hospitals or other facilities.
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The E2SFCA results and statistical analyses clearly highlight the impact of the border on the potential spatial accessibility of public health services for Haitian and Dominican border populations with a peculiar pattern caused by the one directional movement assumed for the model. Collection Villes Paris, France. The maximum travel speed for each class of road accounts for the assumed mixed transportation mode walking combined with motorbiking, the most usual transportation mode in the studied area.
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Santo Domingo Dominican Republic: First step is hire an attorney for the process. Statistical analysis was conducted to explore the differences and variation for the E2SFCA calculations.
Oficina Nacional de Estadistica: This seems quite high. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Do Mexican immigrants substitute health care in Mexico for health insurance in the United States? It is worth noticing that the challenges for both countries regarding those issues are high even more when considering the results of the potential spatial accessibility model.
If they have no stickers they do no technical controls and you will be advised to have the receipt on you in the car at all times. All times are GMT There are also coordinated vaccination campaigns in the borderland regions. The Wilcoxon test was computed to assess the differences and variation observed in the E2SFCA results for each scenario and country.
Model Selection and Model Averaging. The resulting A k represents the accessibility of the population at location kR j the supply-to-population ratio at the health service supply location j that falls within the catchment area, and d kj the distance min between k and j. Open border The first scenario is with an open border. In addition, the positive and significant coefficient for the variation between scenarios 4 and 3 shows that the closure of the border strongly affects accessibility in urban centres that are close to the border.
But all must be aware: But the Haitian health system still faces complex organizational and institutional challenges [ 55 ]. PA and UL jointly drafted and critically revised the paper.
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