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Title
Satisfaction with health care of dually eligible older beneficiaries.
First Author
Burton, Lynda C
Date of Pub
2001 Summer
Pages
175-186
Volume
22
Issue
4
Other Authors
Folkemer, John; German, Pearl S; Kasper, Judith D; Stevens, Gregory D; Weiner, Jonathan P
Abstract
Satisfaction with health care compared for dually eligible older beneficiaries receiving care in three settings: a managed care organization (MCO) that is at risk for providing Medicare and Medicaid benefits (n=200); the fee-for-service (FFS) sector in the same ZIP Code (n=201); and respondents to the national Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) (n=531). Patients in the MCO were more likely to be highly satisfied in three domains - global quality, access to care, and technical skills - compared with patients in the local and national FFS study groups but fewer were highly satisfied with the interpersonal manner of their providers.
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