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Medical Care Journal Publishes Research Articles in November 2022 Edition – InsuranceNewsNet

WASHINGTON, November 4 — Medical Care, a peer-reviewed journal that says it deals with the planning, organization, financing, delivery and evaluation of health services in the American Public Health Associationhas published research articles on the following topics in its November 2022 editing:

Original articles:

* The 2016 Presidential Election and Prenatal Care Utilization Among Foreign-Born Hispanic Pregnant Women

* Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Substance Abuse Treatment in Medicaid Managed Care in New York City: The role of plan and geography

* Quality of Care for US Adults with Medical insurance and type 2 diabetes in federally accredited health centers compared to other primary care facilities

* Depressive symptoms and intensity of care before and after onset of dementia in partners: a retrospective observational study

* Identification of Medicare beneficiaries with delirium

* Veterans’ Use of Telehealth for Veterans Health Administration Community Care Emergency Care Early in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Brief reports:

* US GPs and groups who focused their practice in a single care setting: 2014-2017

* Medicaid expansion in Louisiana and pent-up demand

The November 2022 edition of the Journal of medical care can be viewed at https://journals.lww.com/lww-medicalcare/pages/currenttoc.aspx. The journal is edited by Wolters Kluwer Health.

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