An exploratory study into the benefits of the new health care system in South Africa, with specific reference to health care providers in the Western Cape
Van Driel, Adrian Edgar
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The research explored the new health care service vehicle of South African with special reference to health service providers in Western Cape Department of health for the period 1995-2001. A study was made of the District Health System and the shift of emphasis from tertiary and secondary level of health care to the more cost effective Primary Health Care Service rendered at District level.
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