A systematic literature review of reported challenges in health care delivery to migrants and refugees in high-income countries-the 3C model. Brandenberger, J.; Tylleskär, T.; Sontag, K.; Peterhans, B.; and Ritz, N.
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Background: Migrants and refugees have important health needs and face inequalities in their health status. Health care delivery to this patient group has become a challenging public health focus in high income countries. This paper summarizes current knowledge on health care delivery to migrants and refugees in high-income countries from multiple perspectives. Methods: We performed a systematic literature review including primary source qualitative and quantitative studies between 2000 and 2017. Articles were excluded if the study setting was in low-or middle-income countries or focused on skilled migration. Quality assessment was done for qualitative and quantitative studies separately. Predefined variables were extracted in a standardized form. Authors were approached to provide missing information.
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