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Health care accessibility modeling: effects of change in spatial representation of demand for primary health care services

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Tom
33
Numer
3
Opis fizyczny
p.39-53,fig.,ref.
Twórcy
autor
  • Department of Geography, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA
  • Institute of Geoecology and Geoinformation, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland
autor
  • Department of Geography, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, USA
Bibliografia
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  • Daskin M., Haghani A., Khanal M., Malandraki C., 1989. Aggregation effects in maximum covering models. Annals of Operations Research 18: 115-140.
  • Gerrard R., Church R., Stoms D., Davis F., 1997. Selecting conservation reserves using species-covering models: Adapting the ARC/INFO GIS. Transactions in GIS 2(1): 45-60.
  • Harper P.R., Shahani A.K., Gallagher A.K., Bowie C., 2005. Planning health services with explicit geographical considerations: a stochastic location-allocation approach. Omega 33(2): 141-152.
  • Kwan M.-P., Weber J., 2008. Scale and accessibility: Implications for the analysis of land use-travel interaction. Applied Geography 28: 110-123. [Web of Science] [CrossRef]
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  • Lovett A., Haynes R., Sunnenberg G., Gale S., 2002. Car travel time and accessibility by bus to general practitioner services: A study using patient registers and GIS. Social Science and Medicine 55(1): 97-111. [CrossRef]
  • Martin D., Williams H.C., 1992. Market-area analysis and accessibility to primary health-care centers. Environment and Planning A, 24(7): 1009-1019.
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  • Parker E.B., Campbell J.L., 1998. Measuring access to primary medical care: some examples of the use of geographic information systems. Health, Place 4(2): 183-193. [CrossRef]
  • Rushton G., 1989. Applications of location models. Annals of Operations Research 18: 25-42. [CrossRef]
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  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1993. Primary Medical Care Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) Designation Criteria. On-line: bhpr.hrsa.gov/shortage/ hpsas/designationcriteria/primarycarehpsacriteria. html (accessed 1 May 2013).
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  • Wang L., 2011. Analysing spatial accessibility to healthcare: a case study of access by different immigrant groups to primary care physicians in Toronto. Annals of GIS 17(4): 237-251.
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