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Approximately one-third of adult and 13% of child enrollees have reported barriers to finding a doctor or delays in getting needed care, MACPAC's research found.
To measure ease of getting needed care ([alpha] = 0.
Currently, hospitals in most areas decide on their own when and how often to go on diversion, which leads to a chaotic system and poses health risks to patients who may be delayed in getting needed care, said Dr.
In 2001, more than 41 million Americans reported difficulties in getting needed care, and 62% cited cost as the reason.
Another argument floated by opponents: Would some people with MSAs hold off getting needed care in order to have the savings at the end of the year?
The OIA report includes results of Veterans' inpatient and outpatient satisfaction surveys, which show that men and women Veterans reported similar satisfaction except in the Getting Care Quickly and Getting Needed Care outpatient sections.
We analyzed the five global ratings (personal physician or nurse, specialists, all health care received, experiences with Medicare/plan, and experience with prescription drug coverage), additional single items on flu shot and pneumonia shot and ease of paperwork, and four composite measures of reported care: doctor communication (four items), ease of getting needed care (two items), customer service (three items), ease of getting needed drugs (three items), and getting information on drugs (two items) (Goldstein et al.
These incentives could include increased use of "cost sharing," in which patients are required to pay more out-of-pocket costs, as well as more use of health care savings accounts, but should be designed to not deter patients from getting needed care, the report said.