International Journal of Sociology and Humanities

Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A (2021)

Health status and service quality in public and private hospitals


Sijo Joseph, Dr. Mamta Maurya


Health is the absence of disease and the capacity for individuals to reach their full potential throughout their lifetimes. Therefore, the discrepancies between the public and private health systems’ approaches are a significant cause for concern. Due to all of this, there are differences in the accessibility of medical services and the health of those residing in rural and urban sections of the nation. In light of this context, the study tried to compare the public and private health sectors in rural and urban areas regarding the accessibility of healthcare services, their utilisation, and the factors affecting service quality. Present the study population’s socio-economic characteristics, health status, and PHC status, as well as a complete breakdown of how public and private healthcare services are used at the primary and higher care levels.

Pages: 41-45  |  46 Views  11 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Sijo Joseph, Dr. Mamta Maurya. Health status and service quality in public and private hospitals. Int. J. Sociol. Humanit. 2021;3(1):41-45. DOI: 10.33545/26648679.2021.v3.i1a.51