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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 ...
  • Capturing the full measure of patient outcome improvement using a self-assessed health adjustment 

    Long, Michael J.; McQueen, David A.; Lescoe-Long, Mary A.; Schurman, John R. (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2005-10)
    Self-assessed health (SAH) status is a very simple four-, or five-category self-reported measure of health status that has been shown to be a powerful predictor of mortality, service use and total cost of medical care ...
  • Dental hygienists and long-term care 

    Ablah, Carol R.; Pickard, Ruth B. (American Dental Hygienists' Association, 1998)
    This study examined the willingness of dental hygienists to work in long-term care (LTC) facilities providing oral health care to the elderly.
  • Marital status and health care expenditures among the elderly in a managed care organization 

    Cabrera-Alonso, Juliana; Long, Michael J.; Bangalore, Vinay G; Lescoe-Long, Mary A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003-07)
    The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of marital status in and health care expenditures among the elderly in a managed care organization. The study population consisted of 277 functionally impaired ...