Health Care Use by Hispanic Adults: Financial Vs. Non-Financial Determinants

@inproceedings{Schur1995HealthCU,
  title={Health Care Use by Hispanic Adults: Financial Vs. Non-Financial Determinants},
  author={Claudia L. Schur and Leigh Ann Albers and Marc L. Berk},
  booktitle={Health care financing review},
  year={1995}
}
The purpose of this article is to assess the relative effects of financial and cultural factors, namely language spoken, on health care use by Hispanic adults. Using a national sample, we examine the determinants of having a usual source of care (USOC), use of physician visits, and likelihood of having blood pressure checked. Multivariate analysis reveals the following: Monolingual Spanish speakers were not significantly different from English speakers for the three dependent variables; having… CONTINUE READING

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