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  • Antigovernment sentiment and support for universal access to care: are they incompatible? 

    Goldsteen, Raymond L.; Goldsteen, Karen; Kronenfeld, Jennie J.; Hann, Neil E. (American Public Health Association, 1997-01)
    Attitudes toward universal access to medical care were examined to determine whether support for it among people opposed to government involvement in health care was modified by three proxy measures of self-interest: being ...
  • Residential care supply, nursing home licensing, and case mix in four states 

    Swan, James H.; Newcomer, Robert (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 2000)
    Simulation analyses quantify admission and continuing physical and cognitive impairment patient case-mix changes under two scenarios: with increases in residential care supply and with all nursing homes licensed only as ...
  • State Medicaid nursing home reimbursement rates: adjusting for ancillaries 

    Swan, James H.; Bhagavatula, Valli; Algotar, Amit; Seirawan, Mouhammad; Clemeña, Wendy; Harrington, Charlene (Oxford University Press, 2001-10)
    State variation in inclusion of ancillary services in daily Medicaid nursing home reimbursement rates, versus covering ancillary costs outside of such rates, makes rate comparisons difficult. The purpose of this study is ...
  • Use of covered services in Medicare home health care 

    Swan, James H.; Black, Linda B.; Benjamin, A. E.; Fox, P. (Routledge, 1995)
    Using data on 295 patients entering Medicare home health care at discharge from Medicare hospital stays, we explain receipt of Medicare home health nursing, PT and OT visits, and length of stay. Care reflected need, but ...