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Medicare Physician Services: Use of Services Increasing Nationwide and Relatively Few Beneficiaries Report Major Access Problems
A. Bruce Steinwald (au)
There have been concerns that Medicare’s efforts to control spending on physician services by limiting annual updates to physician fees could have an adverse impact on beneficiaries’ access to physician services. The Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, & Modernization Act of 2003 requires a study on access to physician services by beneficiaries in the traditional fee-for-service program. This report focuses on: (1) trends & patterns in beneficiaries’ perceptions of the availability of physician services from 2000 through 2004; (2) trends in beneficiaries’ utilization of physician services from 2000 through 2005; & (3) indicators of physician supply & willingness to serve Medicare beneficiaries from 2000 through 2005. Charts & tables.
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