Patient-Reported Racial/Ethnic Healthcare Provider Discrimination and Medication Intensification in the Diabetes Study of Northern California (DISTANCE)

@article{Lyles2011PatientReportedRH,
  title={Patient-Reported Racial/Ethnic Healthcare Provider Discrimination and Medication Intensification in the Diabetes Study of Northern California (DISTANCE)},
  author={Courtney Rees Lyles and Andrew J. Karter and Mph Bessie A. Young and Clarence Spigner DrPH and David E. Grembowski and Dean Schillinger and Nancy E. Adler},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={1138-1144}
}
Racial/ethnic minority patients are more likely to report experiences with discrimination in the healthcare setting, potentially leading to reduced access to appropriate care; however, few studies evaluate reports of discrimination with objectively measured quality of care indicators. To evaluate whether patient-reported racial/ethnic discrimination by healthcare providers was associated with evidence of poorer quality care measured by medication intensification. Baseline data from the Diabetes… CONTINUE READING
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