Medical schools and poor patients: report on the Conference Medical Education and Health Services to the Poor and Medically Underinsured
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25 percent academic medical centers access to health adverse American Angeles areas Boston City Hospital burden caring for poor chronic clinical copayment costs coverage Denise Soffel Dennis Flanagan Diagnosis-Related Group disabled disease DSH hospitals economic effective families Fee Schedule functions funding health and development health insurance Health Maintenance Organization health services health-care reform health-care system homeless increased individuals institutions John Noble Latinos M. D. Professor major teaching hospitals Martin F Medicaid patients medical education medical faculty medical insurance medical schools medically underserved Medicare margins Medicine University megacities Neal Halfon non-teaching hospitals older payers Pediatrics Physician-payment Reform physicians Poor and Medically poor patients population poverty practice preventive primary primary-care residencies priorities problems programs Prospective Payment System public hospitals public teaching hospitals responsibility role School of Medicine social specialties teaching and DSH total margins Tranquada UCLA Medical Center uncompensated uninsured University of California