The New Zealand Health Care System: Views and Experiences of Adults with Health Problems.

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According to the Commonwealth Fund 2002 International Health Policy Survey, nearly half of New Zealanders with health problems were dissatisfied with their health care system—the highest level of dissatisfaction in this survey of adults in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Yet, New Zealanders also gave their physicians the highest ratings in the five-nation survey and stand out for reporting few problems waiting to see their regular doctors.

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Publication Date:
May 1, 2003
Authors:
Robin Osborn, Cathy Schoen
Citation:

The New Zealand Health Care System: Views and Experiences of Adults with Health Problems, Cathy Schoen, Deirdre Downey, and Robin Osborn, The Commonwealth Fund, May 2003

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