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.
Using Administrative Claims to Identify Children With Chronic Conditions in a Statewide Immunization Registry
This study examines the feasibility and utility of using administrative claims from commercial health plans to identify children with chronic conditions in a statewide registry.
Long-Acting Beta-Agonist Monotherapy Among Children and Adults With Asthma
Long-acting B-agonist (LABA) monotherapy among patients with asthma is rare. Of those with continued LABA monotherapy, most had missed opportunities for therapy change or education.
Geographic Variation of Asthma Quality Measures Within and Between Health Plans
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