152 страниц. 2012 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Healthcare consumers in developing countries are usually faced with inadequate choices when it comes to access to quality care. These choices are further limited by social and economic factors in such a way that policies intended to provide adequate access such as health insurance must be critical about them. Researchers and policy makers, especially those in developing countries will find this book useful as it brings out how some of the forgotten factors (indirect costs) affects healthcare consumption, especially in a rural setting. The book will also help organizations interested in providing health interventions in rural areas.