Journal Article

Barriers to Care and Utilization for the Publicly Insured

This paper examines a 2008 survey of adults enrolled in Minnesota’s public health care programs to study the effect of barriers to health care access and the magnitude of those barriers on health care utilization. The authors found that multiple types of barriers are associated with delayed and foregone care, with system-level barriers and discrimination having the greatest effect on health care seeking behavior.

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