Do primary care physicians treating minority patients report problems delivering high-quality care?

@article{Reschovsky2008DoPC,
  title={Do primary care physicians treating minority patients report problems delivering high-quality care?},
  author={James D. Reschovsky and Ann S. O'Malley},
  journal={Health affairs},
  year={2008},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={w222-31}
}
Racial and ethnic disparities in primary health care likely reflect the aggregate socioeconomic composition of a physician's patient panels as well as differences in individual patients' characteristics. National physician survey data indicate that physicians in high-minority practices depend more on low-paying Medicaid, receive lower private insurance reimbursements, and have lower incomes. These constrained resources help explain the greater quality-related difficulties delivering care… CONTINUE READING

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