Case investigation and contact tracing (CI/CT) is a critical part of the public health response to COVID-19. Individuals’ experiences with CI/CT for COVID-19 varied based on geographic location, changes in knowledge and guidelines, access to testing and vaccination, as well as demographic characteristics...
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Experiences with COVID-19 Case Investigation and Contact Tracing: A Qualitative AnalysisJun 01, 2023
Independent Evaluation of Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+): Third Annual Report AppendicesJan 19, 2021
The Appendices to the Third Annual Report provide detailed information about the data, methods, analyses, and findings from the independent evaluation of the first three years of CPC+ for the practices that began the model in 2017.
Independent Evaluation of Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+): First Annual ReportApr 22, 2019
This first report to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS( covers the first year of Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) for the 2,905 practices in regions that began CPC+ in 2017.
Access to Care and Satisfaction Among Health Center Patients With Chronic ConditionsJan 02, 2017
This study examined access to care and satisfaction among health center patients with chronic conditions.
Access to and Disparities in Care among Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers (MSFWs) at U.S. Health CentersAug 30, 2016
This study describes the characteristics of migrant and seasonal farm workers (MSFWs) served by federally-funded health centers and examines disparities in access to primary and preventive care between migrant health center (MHC) and community health center (CHC) program patients.
Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Primary Care Quality Among Type 2 Diabetes Patients, Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 2012Aug 04, 2016
Racial and ethnic disparities exist in diabetes prevalence, access to diabetes care, diabetes-related complications and mortality rates, and the quality of diabetes care among Americans. The authors explored racial and ethnic disparities in primary care quality among Americans with type 2 diabetes.