Factors Influencing Primary Care Providers’ Decisions to Accept New Medicaid Patients Under Michigan’s Medicaid Expansion
In the era after Medicaid expansion, primary care providers placed importance on practice capacity, specialist availability, and reimbursement when deciding whether to accept new Medicaid patients.
Primary Care Appointment Availability and Nonphysician Providers One Year After Medicaid Expansion
After Medicaid expansion in Michigan, appointment availability for new Medicaid patients stably increased-this is perhaps attributable to increasing proportions of appointments scheduled with nonphysician providers.
Primary Care Capacity as Insurance Coverage Expands: Examining the Role of Health Information Technology
Primary care physicians using more health information technology were less likely to accept new patients.
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