family health care seeking and health care access. Similarly, surveys focused on health outcomes have comparatively little information on such influences as family and communities variables.
Over time, a comprehensive continuous measurement system should be informed and evolve based on knowledge gained from continued research and expanded data collection in existing surveys.
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