Social Determinants of Health, Cost-related Nonadherence, and Cost-reducing Behaviors Among Adults With Diabetes: Findings From the National Health Interview Survey.

@article{Patel2016SocialDO,
  title={Social Determinants of Health, Cost-related Nonadherence, and Cost-reducing Behaviors Among Adults With Diabetes: Findings From the National Health Interview Survey.},
  author={Minal R. Patel and John D. Piette and Ken Resnicow and Theresa Kowalski-Dobson and Michele Heisler},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={2016},
  volume={54 8},
  pages={796-803}
}
BACKGROUND Cost-related nonadherence (CRN) is prevalent among individuals with diabetes and can have significant negative health consequences. We examined health-related and non-health-related pressures and the use of cost-reducing strategies among the US adult population with and without diabetes that may impact CRN. METHODS Data from the 2013 wave of National Health Interview Survey (n=34,557) were used to identify the independent impact of perceived financial stress, financial insecurity… CONTINUE READING
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