Literature Review: Relationship Between Socioeconomic levels and Health Status Student Name Institutional Affiliation Literature Review: Relationship Between Socioeconomic levels and Health Status Health disparities can explain the difference in the manner that people access and receive treatment. Socioeconomic status is a determinant of the type of health service than an individual is likely to receive thus predicting the quality of life (Phuong 2009). Socioeconomic status regardless of how it has been assessed whether by income occupation or education is related to a wider range of health problems such as hypertension low birthweight arthritis cancer and cardiovascular diseases and diabetes (Shrank 2013).. There is a link between lower socioeconomic status and higher mortality the greatest of these can be seen in middle adulthood (ages 45–65). Socioeconomic status is a major cause of health disparity in several societies. Each component has different resources and also display different links to a variety of health J. Cohena R. Yena r. & Balfoura J. (2003). Socioeconomic gradients in health status over 29 years of follow-up after midlife: the Alameda county study. Social Science & Medicine 57. Lantza P. Lyncha J. & Hous J. (2001). Socioeconomic disparities in health change in a longitudinal study of US adults: the role of health-risk behaviors. Social Science & Medicine 53. M. Andresen1 E. & Miller2 D. (2005). The Future (History) of Socioeconomic Measurement and Implications for Improving Health Outcomes Among African Americans. Journal Of Gerontology: MEDICAL SCIENCES 60(10). Phuong D. (2009). The dynamics of income and neighborhood context for population health: Do long-term measures of socioeconomic status explain more of the black/white health disparity than single-point-in-time measures. Shrank W. (2013). The evolving role of health services researchers in a transforming healthcare system. Healthcare 1(3-4) 61-62. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.hjdsi.2013.08.006 Topping R. (2016). Literature Review of Quality Management and Strategic Planning in Healthcare. MOJ Public Health 4(7). http://dx.doi.org/10.15406/mojph.2016.04.00108 [...]
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