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Access to Care

HSC closely monitors changes in access to and quality of health care from the viewpoint of consumers and physicians. Studies about access to care include the uninsured and those with low incomes, as well as racial and ethnic minorities and people with chronic conditions.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Ready or Not: Are Health Care Safety Net Systems Prepared for Reform?Laurie E. Felland, Dori A. Cross June 2013
CHCF Regional Market Issue Brief
 
Improving Access to Specialty Care for Medicaid Patients: Policy Issues and OptionsLaurie E. Felland, Amanda E. Lechner, Anna Sommers June 2013
Commonwealth Fund Report
 
After-Hours Access to Primary Care Practices Linked with Lower Emergency Department Use and Less Unmet Medical NeedAnn S. O'Malley Dec. 12, 2012
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Cost and Access Challenges: A Comparison of Experiences Between Uninsured and Privately Insured Adults Aged 55 to 64 with Seniors on MedicareTracy Yee, Peter J. Cunningham, Gretchen Jacobson, Tricia Neuman, Zachary Levinson May 2012
Kaiser Family Foundation Issue Brief
 
A Comparison of Two Approaches to Increasing Access to Care: Expanding Coverage Versus Increasing Physician FeesChapin White Feb. 3, 2012
Journal Article
Health Services Research
 
Improving Health Care Access for Low-Income People: Lessons from Ascension Health's Community CollaborativesLaurie E. Felland, Paul B. Ginsburg, Gretchen Kishbauch July 2011
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Physician Reimbursement and Participation in MedicaidPeter J. Cunningham Sept. 23, 2010
Testimony
 
The Growing Financial Burden of Health Care: National and State Trends, 2001-2006Peter J. Cunningham March 25, 2010
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
How Does Health Coverage and Access to Care for Immigrants Vary by Length of Time in the U.S.?Peter J. Cunningham, Samantha Artiga June 9, 2009
Kaiser Family Foundation Report
 
Do Reimbursement Delays Discourage Medicaid Participation by Physicians?Peter J. Cunningham, Ann S. O'Malley Nov. 18, 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Do Primary Care Physicians Treating Minority Patients Report Problems Delivering High-Quality Care?James D. Reschovsky, Ann S. O'Malley April 22, 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Effects of Changes in Incomes and Practice Circumstances on Physicians' Decisions to Treat Charity and Medicaid PatientsPeter J. Cunningham, Jack Hadley March 2008
Journal Article
The Milbank Quarterly
 
Financial Burden of Health Care, 2001-2004Jessica S. Banthin, Peter J. Cunningham, Didem M. Bernard January/February 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Overburdened and Overwhelmed: The Struggles of Communities with High Medical Cost BurdensPeter J. Cunningham November 2007
Research Report
 
The Health Care Safety Net: What is It, What Good Does It Do, and Will It Still be There When We Need It?Peter J. Cunningham Fall 2007
Journal Article
Harvard Health Policy Review
 
Differences Between Symptom-Specific and General Survey Questions of Unmet Need in Measuring Insurance and Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Access to CarePeter J. Cunningham, Jack Hadley September 2007
Journal Article
Medical Care
 
Identifying Affordable Sources of Medical Care Among Uninsured PersonsPeter J. Cunningham, Jack Hadley, Genevieve Kenney, Amy J. Davidoff January 2007
Journal Article
Health Services Research
 
Would Safety-Net Expansions Offset Reduced Access Resulting from Lost Insurance Coverage? Race/Ethnicity DifferencesJack Hadley, Peter J. Cunningham, J. Lee Hargraves November/December 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Health Coverage and Access to Care for Hispanics in New Growth Communities and Major Hispanic CentersPeter J. Cunningham, Michelle I. Banker, Samantha Artiga, Jennifer Tolbert Sept. 21, 2006
Research Report
 
Immunization Disparities in Older AmericansAnn S. O'Malley, Christopher B Forrest August 2006
Journal Article
American Journal of Preventive Medicine
 
       

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