Health behavior Co-located patients community Corporate social responsibilities Healthcare resources
Abstract: This paper studies the emerging societal phenomenon of voluntarily co-located
patients communities, by examining a data set containing 336 responses from four such co-
location clusters in Hanoi, Vietnam. The analysis successfully models the data employing
the baseline category logits framework. The results obtained from the analysis show that
patients co-living in these clusters contribute their resources (financial and in-kind) in hope
of community's supports during their medical treatments. They also contribute voluntary ...