Meritorious University Autonomous of Puebla, Mexico
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Gen Practice
In Mexico was established in 2005 the People's Insurance in the states to reduce the gap between accessibility to health services and demand for services, The aim of this study was to analyze the gap between the supply and demand for health services in a population of the State of Puebla, Mexico. 300 householders (men and women) of a rural population of the state of Puebla, were applied a questionnaire (SIEUX validated in other studies), questions about costs last care, membership services and sicker patients were added at the time of the study. Results: 92% of households were found affiliated with the popular insurance, 85% goes to particular service taking popular insurance, 42% goes to see only when you are sick, 68% has gone over the popular insurance, 72% no surtieron they will complete recipe. 40% rated as poor attention in the popular insurance and 51% as fair, dissatisfaction was: hours of clinical, medical care and medicament supply. 37% reported at least have a patient at the time of the survey, 12% reported having a family member with a disability, 35% he paid on your last visit with private physician from 47 to 235 euros, 51% less than 47 and 7% more than 470 euros, can they would pay 5 to 10 euros per visit at his clinic. Conclusion: In this population care is covered by particular service being affiliated with the popular insurance qualifies as bad service and regular.
Perez Contreras Irma is a research professor at the faculty of medicine at the Autonomous University of Puebla, is a trained physician, surgeon and midwife, has completed the Master of Public Health, Master of Science in Public Health with an area of concentration in Epidemiology at the National Institute of Public Health of Mexico, is currently Coordinator and teacher at the Masters in Health Services Administration at the Faculty of Medicine.
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