The effect of employment status and household composition on health care utilisation in a general practice.

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OBJECTIVE to investigate the effect of employment status and family composition on general practice and secondary health care utilisation rates of a New Zealand general practice population. METHODS the study practice's health care records were electronically interrogated and pooled data on utilisation rates was obtained for a 12 month period. Individual… (More)

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@article{Dovey1992TheEO, title={The effect of employment status and household composition on health care utilisation in a general practice.}, author={Susan M Dovey and Murray W Tilyard and Diane Phillips and R K Whitney}, journal={The New Zealand medical journal}, year={1992}, volume={105 934}, pages={188-90} }