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Service Delivery Mode

The service delivery mode is one of three levels of the health system:

1) Family care (community) practices–interventions delivered at the level of the household or community, by individuals themselves or through community health workers and health extension workers.

2) Preventive (schedulable) servicesā€” preventive interventions that are delivered on a set schedule through primary care facilities and/ or outreach services.

3) Curative (clinical) services- interventions that are only provided when a patient is sick and require the patient to actively seek care; delivered at primary and/or referral health facilities.

 

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