Insurance status and recognition of psychosocial problems. A report from the Pediatric Research in Office Settings and the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Networks.

@article{Kelleher1997InsuranceSA,
  title={Insurance status and recognition of psychosocial problems. A report from the Pediatric Research in Office Settings and the Ambulatory Sentinel Practice Networks.},
  author={Kelly J. Kelleher and George E Childs and Richard C. Wasserman and Thomas K. McInerny and Paul A. Nutting and William P Gardner},
  journal={Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={151 11},
  pages={1109-15}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the effect of insurance status on clinician recognition of psychosocial problems for pediatric primary care visits. DESIGN A cohort study of 10,250 visits by children 4 to 15 years old for nonemergent care. SETTING Two large primary care research networks reported data from 172 primary care clinicians in office-based practice. PATIENTS Ten thousand two hundred and fifty unique children presenting consecutively to participating physicians for nonemergent services with… CONTINUE READING

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