SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE HEALTH STATE IN ROMANIA DURING 2006-2010 YEARS
Maria Livia Stefanescu and
Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2012, issue 4, 838-851
In the present paper we intend to estimate the subjective health state suggested by the individuals of two national representative samples selected from the population of Romania. The sociological analysis used the information collected by Institute for Quality of Life Research (ICCV) in the years 2006 and 2010. More statistics were given about the diagnosis of the quality of life data bases D2006 and D2010. The sample population was divided into disjointed groups depending on the age of the individuals, the person gender or on the place of residence. We proposed two statistical models, one being based simultaneously on the indicators mean-variance and the other taking into consideration a stochastic order. We also revealed the risk categories from the both samples for which the health individual score could be improved. We mention here that in the years 2006-2010 we have not significant changes regarding internal structure of the proposed statistical health system E-V. A comparative dynamic study about the population health state in the years 2006 and 2010 was also performed.
Keywords: health; program; indicators risk categories; social policies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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