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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  
Physician Reimbursement and Participation in MedicaidPeter J. Cunningham Sept. 23, 2010
Testimony
 
Treading Water: Americans' Access to Needed Medical Care, 1997-2001Bradley C. Strunk, Peter J. Cunningham March 2002
Tracking Report No. 1
Supplementary Data
 
Trends in Americans' Access to Needed Medical Care, 2001-2003Bradley C. Strunk, Peter J. Cunningham August 2004
Tracking Report No. 10
 
A Growing Hole in the Safety Net: Physician Charity Care Declines AgainPeter J. Cunningham, Jessica H. May March 2006
Tracking Report No. 13
 
Medicaid Patients Increasingly Concentrated Among PhysiciansPeter J. Cunningham, Jessica H. May August 2006
Tracking Report No. 16
 
Falling Behind: Americans' Access to Medical Care Deteriorates, 2003-2007Peter J. Cunningham, Laurie E. Felland June 2008
Tracking Report No. 19
 
The Insurance Gap and Minority Health Care, 1997-2001J. Lee Hargraves June 2002
Tracking Report No. 2
Supplementary Data
 
Trade-Offs Getting Tougher: Problems Paying Medical Bills Increase for U.S. Families, 2003-2007Peter J. Cunningham September 2008
Tracking Report No. 21
 
More Nonelderly Americans Face Problems Affording Prescription DrugsLaurie E. Felland, James D. Reschovsky January 2009
Tracking Report No. 22
 
Access to Prescription Drugs for Medicare BeneficiariesJames D. Reschovsky, Laurie E. Felland March 2009
Tracking Report No. 23
 
Financial and Health Burdens of Chronic Conditions GrowHa T. Tu, Genna R. Cohen April 2009
Tracking Report No. 24
 
Mixed Signals: Trends in Americans' Access to Medical Care, 2007-2010Ellyn R. Boukus, Peter J. Cunningham August 2011
Tracking Report No. 25
 
Americans' Access to Prescription Drugs Stabilizes, 2007-2010Ellyn R. Boukus, Emily Carrier December 2011
Tracking Report No. 27
 
Medical Bill Problems Steady for U.S. Families, 2007-2010Anna Sommers, Peter J. Cunningham December 2011
Tracking Report No. 28
 
Mounting Pressures: Physicians Serving Medicaid Patients and the Uninsured, 1997-2001Peter J. Cunningham December 2002
Tracking Report No. 6
Supplementary Data
 
So Much to Do, So Little Time: Physician Capacity Constraints, 1997-2001Sally Trude May 2003
Tracking Report No. 8
Supplementary Data
 
       

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