Out-of-pocket expenditure by Australian seniors with chronic disease: The effect of specific diseases and morbidity clusters
Background: Out of pocket expenditure (OOPE) on healthcare is related to the burden of illness and the number of chronic conditions a patient experiences, but the relationship of these costs to particular conditions and groups of conditions is less studied. This study examines the effect on OOPE of various morbidity groupings, and explores the factors associated with a ' heavy financial burden of OOPE' defined by an expenditure of over 10% of equivalised household income on healthcare. Methods:...[Show more]
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