Published 1987 by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service in [Hyattsville, Md .
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|Other titles||Visits to office based physicians by Hispanic persons|
|Statement||by Gloria J. Gardocki|
|Series||DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 87-1250, NCHS advancedata -- no. 129|
|Contributions||National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
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Get this from a library. Visits to office-based physicians by Hispanic persons: United States, [Gloria J Gardocki; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)]. Survey (NAMCS) information on visits to office-based physicians by Hispanic persons. NAMCS is a national survey used to collect data on the demographic characteristics, medical problems, and medical management of patients making visits to office-based physicians.
Nov 06, · Paper copies of Advance Data reports may be available for review in a Federal Depository external icon or Characteristics of Prepaid Plan Visits to Office-Based Physicians: United States, 20 pp.
(PHS) pdf Visits to Office-Based Physicians by Hispanic Persons: United States, Gardocki, G. February 17, National Health Statistics Reports Number September 19, Hypertension control was indicated at a lower percentage of hypertensive visits made by non-Hispanic black persons (%) than hypertensive visits made by all other visits to office-based physicians were made by those with hypertension (5).
Results: An estimated million (95% confidence interval, to million) visits for medication-related morbidity were made to office-based physicians in the United States duringrepresenting an annual rate of visits per 1, wrcch2016.com by: Dec 12, · Duringan estimated million office-based physician visits were made in the United States (3,4).
The overall rate was office-based physician visits per persons. Visit rates differed by age and sex. The visit rate for infants and older adults was. Age Differences in Visits to Office-based Physicians by Adults With Hypertension: United States, Ashman JJ, Rui P, Schappert SM.
KEY FINDINGS: Data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey •The percentage of all adult visits to office-based physicians made by adults with hypertension increased with age, from 9% for those aged 18 Cited by: 4. Jan 19, · Characteristics of Office-based Physician Visits, ; Mental Health-related Physician Office Visits by Adults Aged 18 and Over: United States, –; Characteristics of Visits to Primary Care Physicians by Adults Diagnosed with Hypertension: Findings from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey pdf icon [PDF – KB].
ofoffice-based physicians provided patient care in the United States, an overall rate of were physicians perpersons. Approximately three-fourths of office-based physicians owned or were part owner of their practice, two-thirds of physicians worked in group practices with two or more physicians, and.
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Asian and Hispanic patients had less participatory visits with African-American physicians than African-American patients; however, these results were based on very small sample sizes. There were no significant racial differences in PDM scores among patients seeing Asian or Hispanic wrcch2016.com by: Apr 20, · The Latino Patient: A Cultural Guide for Health Care Providers by Nilda Chong was an excellent introduction to the principles of understanding and communicating with the Latino /5(15).
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Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS-HC) on expenses by provider specialty type for office-based physician visits in among persons in the U.S.
civilian noninstitutionalized population. Data are shown for the seven most common types of office-based physician specialties, including 1). Apr 01, · A case from religion and medicine. The Spirit Catches You And You Fall Down is an oft-used text in the medical humanities and other settings where illustration of cross-cultural medicine is taught.
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office-based: (ŏf′ĭs-bāst″) Occurring in an outpatient setting rather than in a hospital or another inpatient setting. primary care should be: the usual and preferred rout of entry, although not the only route of entry into the health care system-the provision of integrated, accessible health care services by clinicians who are accountable for addressing a majority of personal health care needs, developing a sustained partnership with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community.
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3, likes · 25 talking about this · 71 were here. NHMA is a non-profit that seeks to empower Hispanic physicians to lead efforts that improve /5(15). Older Hispanic consumers worked with the NIA to develop this book. They cited a hesitancy to approach their personal doctors with their health concerns due to communication barriers and a fear of worrying their doctors and/or their families.
They felt that this book would help them prepare for a visit with their physicians. While the finding that physicians of different ethnicities self-report Spanish fluency is positive, having Latino physicians is important for patient care because Latino physicians are more likely than non-Latino whites to practice in underserved communities and care for uninsured patients.
Similarly significant, Latino physicians are in Cited by: 7. Reaching and Engaging with Hispanic Communities: A Research-Informed Communication Guide for Nonproffts, Policymakers, and Funders About the Authors Alicia Torres is a senior director of communications and Hispanic outreach at Child Trends.
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Questions for Jill Ashman, Ph.D., Health Statistician, and Lead Author of “Characteristics of Office-based Physician Visits, ” Q: What made you write this report on doctors’ office visits. JA: Our intent in producing this data brief is to provide the annual summary of National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) data.
Last year we created the. Jun 22, · Shared medical appointments (SMAs) may be useful in helping patients manage chronic conditions.
Most of the current literature on this subject reports. Apr 24, · The US needs more Hispanic medical students particularly when it comes to Hispanic and Latino doctors.
More than million people speak Spanish at Author: Paloma Toledo. Many U.S. residents who speak little English may face language barriers when seeking health care.
This article describes what is currently known about language barriers in health care and outlines a research agenda based on mismatches between the current state of knowledge of language barriers and what health care stakeholders need to wrcch2016.com by: Visits to Office-Based Physicians and Hospital Outpatient Departments by Diagnosis: and Table with row headers in column A and column headers in rows 4.
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by patients with diabetes in and Between andthe number of visits. Faces of Change, Voices of Inspiration: Celebrating Latina Women in Medicine. MomMD - an online community providing information, resources and advice for women, especially mothers, in medicine.
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Robles, Latinos have made many significant scientific and mathematical contributions to the world.5/5(1). hospital-based physician: (hos'pi-tăl-ist), 1. A physician whose professional activities are performed chiefly within a hospital, for example, anesthesiologists, emergency department physicians, intensivists (intensive care specialists), pathologists, and radiologists.
Synonym(s): hospital-based physician 2. A primary care physician (not a. Here are 7 interesting statistics and facts about office-based physician visits in broken down by the eight most common specialty types of office-based physician specialties, as gathered by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
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