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Tracking Report No. 16
Supplementary Table 2

Moderately or Very Important Reasons for Not Accepting New Medicaid Patients, 2004-05

 
Billing Requirements/ Paperwork
Delayed Reimbursement
Inadequate Reimbursement
Practice is Full
High Clinical Burden of Medicaid Patients
All Physicians
70.4%
64.8%
84.0%
43.5%
51.5%
Practice Type
Solo/2 Physicians
73.9
65.7
85.3
43.2
52.9
Small Group
78.5*
72.2
88.1
47.6
54.3
Medium Group, Large Group and Group/Staff HMO
56.5*
62.0
86.1
41.8
48.4
Institutional Provider1
41.3*
54.0*
65.9*
43.5
41.2
Other
63.5
45.2*
72.9*
32.9
44.0

Notes: Includes only physicians not accepting new Medicaid patients. Multiple reasons were allowed.

* Difference with all physicians is statistically significant at p <.05.

1 Includes hospitals, academic medical centers, community health centers and other free clinics.

Source: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey

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