Health care service use, by Medicaid eligibility group

September 1996
Health Care Financing Review;1996 Supplement, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p184
Academic Journal
Presents statistics in 1994 illustrating medical service utilization trends in the United States according to Medicaid eligibility categories. Rate of physician use payments among the disabled; Rates of Medicaid beneficiary use in nursing homes.


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