Study finds insurance type does not affect quality of care

10/4/2013 | AAFP News Now

A study in Health Affairs found insurance type or lack of insurance did not affect the amount of time primary care physicians spent with patients or the level of preventive health counseling provided. George Washington University researchers said data showed uninsured patients got slightly fewer diagnostic and treatment services compared with insured patients, while Medicaid patients received slightly more services.

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