|Other titles||NHSC Scholarship Program.|
|Statement||by Valerie Ellen Stone|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 184 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||184|
Downloadable (with restrictions)! Public policy toward the geographic distribution of physicians presumes that the market fails because physicians can create their own demand. A number of government interventions attempt to correct this market failure. We derive several predictions about physical location behavior from standard location theory (i.e., assuming the market does not fail). This chapter examines available evidence on the extent to which various programs and policies have influenced the ability of U.S. communities to attain adequate access to services appropriate to meet their health care needs. Previous chapters have established that access to high-quality health care services, including primary care services delivered by physicians and other practitioners, is Author: Margaret Edmunds, Frank A. Sloan, A. Bruce Steinwald. Physician Incomes. The link between supply of physicians and their incomes (see Chapter 2) is tenuous at best, especially in a health care environment undergoing the many changes in organization and specialty distribution occurring in this clear evidence exists that an excess of physicians is driving their net incomes down to any significant degree; even if an oversupply did have a Author: Kathleen N. Lohr, Neal A. Vanselow, Don E. Detmer. Economic, social, and professional factors that influence where health professionals locate their practices are noted, and strategies to reduce maldistribution are discussed. Many strategies to influence the distribution of physicians and other health professionals are directed to recruitment, selection, and training of students. Other strategies concern fiscal incentives and community.
Graduate medical education (GME) plays a key role in the U.S. health care workforce, defining its overall size and specialty distribution and influencing physician practice locations. Medicare provides nearly $10 billion annually to support GME and faces growing policy . 36 AMA, Physician Characteristics and Distribution in the U.S., /03 Edition, Table ; AMA, Physician Characteristics and Distribution in the U.S., /97 Edition, Table A Google Scholar. INTRODUCTION. Timely access to care is critically important for patients with traumatic injuries or emergent conditions. Although health outcomes depend on many factors (e.g., severity of injury), trauma patients who do not receive care in a timely fashion are at increased risk of death.(1–3)Trauma centers are integral to emergency care because they reduce mortality.() While a significant. The book is a useful reference for readers wanting to dig deeper into the behavior of criminals. Show less The Criminal’s Image of the City focuses on the factors influencing the increase in crimes in cities, taking into consideration the behavior patterns of criminals.
The literature on the geographic distribution of PAs in the US 2 focuses on their distribution in one or two states such as Washington, California, Pennsylvania or Utah rather than their national license records are the data sources for statewide research and the AAPA Masterfile of Physician Assistants, the Area Health Resources Files (AHRF) and the National . For the past three years, National Geographic has been tracking how this administration's decisions will influence air, water, and wildlife. The United States faces the simultaneous challenges of improving health care access and balancing the specialty and geographic distribution of physicians. A Institute of Medicine report recommended significant changes in Medicare graduate medical education (GME) funding, to incentivize innovation and increase accountability for meeting. Sor. Sri. B MeA.. Vol. I I. pp. to Pergamon Press Printed in Great Britain. PHYSICIANS' ATTITUDES TOWARD POLITICAL AND HEALTH CARE POLICY ISSUES IN CROSS-NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: A COMPARISON OF FMGs AND USMGs JOHN COLOMBOTOS, CATHERINE A. Ci-IARLES and CORINNE KIRCHNER Columbia University School of Public Health, .