Understanding Rural-Urban Differences in the Prevalence of Morbidities and Untreated Morbidities in Eastern Part of India: Evidence from 75th National Sample Survey (2017-2018)

Published: 24 June 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/rv8r5kxs28.1
Sujoy Pal


75th round of the National Sample Survey (NSS) on Social Consumption: Health (July 2017-June 2018) (Schedule number 25.0) is used for the study. It is a unit level data that contains national as well as sub-national level information regarding morbidity, health seeking behavior, healthcare utilization and expenditure on treatment for a specific recall period. 75th round of NSS adopted a stratified multi-staged design where the first stage unit (FSU) are the census villages in rural area and urban blocks in the urban area. The ultimate stage unit (USU) is households in both rural and urban area.



Morbidity, Health