1 edition of Physician Socioeconomic Statistics 2000-2001 (Book with CD-ROM) found in the catalog.
Physician Socioeconomic Statistics 2000-2001 (Book with CD-ROM)
February 15, 2001
by Amer Medical Assn
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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Physician Socioeconomic Statistics CD-ROM [American Medical Association] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Physician Socioeconomic Statistics CD-ROM Author: American Medical Association. Data Source. Between andthe AMA conducted regular telephone surveys of physicians that collected a broad variety of individual physician level data, including weeks and hours of practice, number of patient visits seen, provider characteristics, practice characteristics and physician incomes.
18–25 Although these references give a summary of statistics for physicians, we obtained Cited by: productivity and other important practice and provider characteristics.
METHODS: Physician Socioeconomic Statistics 2000-2001 book responses obtained from to from actively practicing obstetrician–gynecologists and linear regression modeling were used to estimate the influence of race and gender on physicians' annual incomes after controlling for work effort, provider characteristics, and practice characteristics.
Wassenaar J, Thran S: Physician Socioeconomic Statistics, Chicago, American Medical Association Center for Health Policy Physician Socioeconomic Statistics 2000-2001 book, ; for anesthesiologists: chapter 9, pp –8; for survey methodology: appendix A, pp –4 and appendix B, pp –6Cited by: Data Source.
Between andthe American Medical Association (AMA) conducted a regular survey of physicians that collected a broad variety of individual physician level data, including weeks and hours of practice, number of patient visits completed, provider characteristics, practice characteristics and physician incomes.
17 – 24 Each year, the telephone-administered survey was Cited by: Annual incomes were adjusted for total annual visits, total annual hours worked, category of years in medical practice, physician ownership interest in the practice, physician board certification status, census region of practice, practice setting, Physician Socioeconomic Statistics 2000-2001 book proportion of patients in the practice that were on Medicaid, and whether or not the practice Cited by: 5.
BACKGROUND: Specialty, work effort, and female gender have been shown to be associated with physicians’ annual incomes; however, racial differences in physician incomes have not been examined. OBJECTIVE: To determine the influence of race and gender on General Internists’ annual incomes after controlling for work effort, provider characteristics, and practice by: Gonzalez M (ed): Physician Marketplace Statistics, / Chicago, American Medical Association, Center for Health Policy Research, Google Scholar.
Zhang P, Thran S: Physician Socioeconomic Statistics, – Chicago, American Medical Association, Center for Health Policy Research, Google Scholar. Cited by: 5. Gender Differences in Diagnostic Radiologists’ Annual Incomes 1. Edition: Division of Survey and Data Resources, American Medical Association, Chicago () Physician Socioeconomic Statistics, –, American Medical Association, Center Cited by: 7.
Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial Nations: Social Psychological, and Biological Pathways. New York: New York Academy of Sciences; pp. 96– Singh GK, Siahpush M. Ethnic-immigrant differentials in health behaviors, morbidity, and cause-specific mortality in the United States: An analysis of two national data bases.
Data Source. Between andthe American Medical Association (AMA) conducted a regular survey of physicians that collected a broad variety of individual physician level data, including weeks and hours of practice, number of patient visits completed, provider characteristics, practice characteristics and physician incomes.
Each year, the telephone‐administered survey was Cited by: STATISTICS BOOK / LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY INSTITUTIONAL STATISTICS BOOK / SECTION 1 - GENERAL Lakehead University Mission Statement Honorary Degrees, Fellows, Distinguished Alumni, Distinguished Researchers, Distinguished Instructors.
Racial and ethnic disparities in health care are known to reflect access to care and other issues that arise from differing socioeconomic conditions. There is, however, increasing evidence that even after such differences are accounted for, race and ethnicity remain significant predictors of.
Geographic Practice Cost Indexes. F ee-for-service Medicare payments to physicians and certain other licensed clinical practitioners (including nurse practitioners, physician assistants, clinical nurse specialists, and occupational and physical therapists) are adjusted for geographic differences in market conditions and business costs.
These geographic adjustments are intended to ensure. The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care in Michigan, John Wennberg and David Wennberg () The Michigan atlas is the most extensive study of its kind of medical care in the state.
Claims data from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, as well as Medicare data, was used to analyze the use and supply of health care services in Michigan.
Waalen and Mior, using administrative billing data for the –, found that one-third of the patients were between 35 and years of age Mior and Laporte, using Ontario-specific data from the National Population Health Survey (Statistics Canada, –) and the Canadian Community Health Survey (Statistics Canada, – Cited by: Having health insurance was the socioeconomic variable most strongly associated with regular mammography use (odds ratio, ; 95% confidence interval ); the association was present at all levels of educational attainment, household income, and neighborhood socioeconomic status.
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Socioeconomic factors and healthcare utilization have an evidenced correlation — it’s estimated that social determinants of health (SDOH) account for 50% – 60% of all health outcomes 1.
Based on statistics like these, it’s important for healthcare organizations to gather and leverage socioeconomic data in order to manage care more. Attending Pdf University and getting my degree was the best decision I have ever made. The small class sizes and personalized attention helped me get my degree quickly.
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