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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) services— 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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