Access and satisfaction within the disabled Medicare population

Rosenbach, Margo L.
December 1995
Health Care Financing Review;Winter95, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p147
Academic Journal
Focuses on the availability and access of medical care to handicapped Medicare enrollees in the United States. Mental classification of beneficiaries under 65 years of age; Access and satisfaction variables; Predisposing factors to access care; Characteristics of disabled Medicare beneficiaries; Source of care of handicapped Medicare beneficiaries.


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