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Unreimbursed Care in Primary Care - Factors Affecting Willingness to Provide
Study Description and Methods
The responses to the preliminary interviews were used to inform the development of the study methodology and instruments. A de-identified questionnaire was then created and sent to 600 randomly selected members of the AAFP and AAP. The goal was to better understand the issues surrounding the provision of free and reduced cost health care services, at the practice/institutional and physician level, that are associated with decisions to provide uncompensated care in primary care.
Specific Aims and Objectives
Wilson D. Pace, MD, FAAFP
AAFP National Research Network
Bonham AJ, Stewart TV, Galliher JM, Pace WD, Meyers D, Hamblin BN, Oppenheimer CEC, Meers AM. Factors Affecting Family Physicians’ Willingness to Provide Unreimbursed Care.