Effect of organised informal sector occupational group enrolment on uptake of health insurance in Ghana: a quasi-experimental study dataset

Published: 23 May 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/sp7s864p85.1
Contributors:
Eric Nsiah-Boateng,
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Description

This dataset comprises baseline study of 495 informal sector workers and 28,501 health insurance members data drawn from the Ghana National Health Innsurace Scheme (NHIS). A face-to-face method was employed to collect a baseline data between December 2018 and February 2019 using a questionnaire. A follow-up survey was conducted in December 2019 and a comparison group drawn from the NHIS membershiop database through a formal request. The data is devoid of personal identifiers such as names and contact details. These information were removed to protect the identity of the study participants.

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This dataset comprises baseline study of 495 informal sector workers and 28,501 health insurance members data drawn from the Ghana National Health Innsurace Scheme (NHIS). A face-to-face method was employed to collect a baseline data between December 2018 and February 2019 using a questionnaire. A follow-up survey was conducted in December 2019 and a comparison group drawn from the NHIS membershiop database through a formal request.

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University of Ghana School of Public Health

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Determinants of Health

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