Utilization of medical services by Veterans Health Study (VHS) respondents.

  title={Utilization of medical services by Veterans Health Study (VHS) respondents.},
  author={Susan M. C. Payne and Austin F. S. Lee and Jack A. Clark and William H. Rogers and Donald r. Miller and Katherine M. Skinner and Xinhua S. Ren and Lewis Kazis},
  journal={The Journal of ambulatory care management},
  volume={28 2},
The first objective of this study was to profile Veterans Health Study (VHS) respondents' use of medical services-the types of services used, use of a regular source of care, and the propensity to use services for selected symptoms. We focused on differential use of VA and non-VA services and highlighted differences in use by age group. The second objective was to use multivariate analysis to identify factors associated with respondents' use of any medical services and with VA services… CONTINUE READING


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