Managed Care Penetration, Insurance Status, and Access to Health Care

By | September 15, 2003

Using information from over 15,000 respondents to the Ohio Family Health Survey, authors David Litaker, M.D., and Randall Cebul, M.D., report that higher managed care penetration in a region is associated with more problems with health care access among Ohioans, although the most important predictor of poor access remains inadequate health care insurance. [View the Article]View the Article