The Association of Medical Education with Primary Care Physicians’ Medicaid Participation: Exploring the 2016 Medicaid Claims

Primary care providers are less likely to accept Medicaid compared to other kinds of insurance. The medical school a primary care provider chooses to attend has been shown to impact other elements of their practice, but the impact on Medicaid participation is not well understood. This abstract describes a study that analyzed 2016 Medicaid claims…

Medicaid Workforce Tracker: Identifying the Workforce Serving Medicaid Populations

Many patients without access to private insurance rely on primary care providers who take Medicaid to receive quality, affordable care. However, the number and proportion of primary care providers who take Medicaid varies widely by geographic location. This interactive map allows users to view the number and proportion of primary care providers who take Medicaid…

Primary Care Provider Medicaid Participation Across the United States, 2016

Providers’ participation in Medicaid has been an ongoing area of interest for researchers, but there have been limitations to prior studies. For example, studies based on analyzing claims data have often been limited to data from a single state, and the last national-level analysis utilized 2009 Medicaid claims and was limited to 24 states. This article assesses primary care providers’ participation in Medicaid…

Tracking the Elusive Medicaid Workforce to Improve Access

The emergence of the national Transformed Medical Statistical Information System (T-MSIS) provides an efficient way to track the Medicaid workforce to inform national and state efforts to ensure access for Medicaid populations. T-MSIS collects Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) data from US states, territories, and the District of Columbia, including fee-for-service and managed…

Tracking the Elusive Medicaid Workforce to Improve Access

The emergence of the national Transformed Medical Statistical Information System (T-MSIS) provides an efficient way to track the Medicaid workforce to inform national and state efforts to ensure access for Medicaid populations. T-MSIS collects Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) data from US states, territories, and the District of Columbia, including fee-for-service and managed…

Primary Care Provider Medicaid Participation Across the United States, 2016

Providers’ participation in Medicaid has been an ongoing area of interest for researchers, but there have been limitations to prior studies. For example, studies based on analyzing claims data have often been limited to data from a single state, and the last national-level analysis utilized 2009 Medicaid claims and was limited to 24 states. This article assesses primary care providers’ participation in Medicaid…

Medicaid Workforce Tracker: Identifying the Workforce Serving Medicaid Populations

Many patients without access to private insurance rely on primary care providers who take Medicaid to receive quality, affordable care. However, the number and proportion of primary care providers who take Medicaid varies widely by geographic location. This interactive map allows users to view the number and proportion of primary care providers who take Medicaid…

The Association of Medical Education with Primary Care Physicians’ Medicaid Participation: Exploring the 2016 Medicaid Claims

Primary care providers are less likely to accept Medicaid compared to other kinds of insurance. The medical school a primary care provider chooses to attend has been shown to impact other elements of their practice, but the impact on Medicaid participation is not well understood. This abstract describes a study that analyzed 2016 Medicaid claims…

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