Factors That Matter to Low-Income and Racial/Ethnic Minority Mothers When Choosing a Pediatric Practice: a Mixed Methods Analysis.
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Journal of racial and ethnic health disparities, ISSN: 2196-8837, Vol: 4, Issue: 6, Page: 1051-1060
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- Social Sciences; Medicine; Medicine and Health Sciences; Health Services Administration; Maternal and Child Health; Pediatrics
Pediatric practices' scores on healthcare quality measures are increasingly available to the public. However, patients from low-income and racial/ethnic minority populations rarely use these data. We sought to understand potential barriers to using quality data by assessing what factors mattered to women when choosing a pediatric practice.