Brief Health: Confidence in the Ability to Get Children Medical Care
Shruti Rajan, Stephen Zuckerman
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One way of assessing how well the health care system is serving children is by determining how confident parents are that they can get medical care for their children when they need it. If the persistent number of children lacking health insurance or the growing concern about the rights of patients in managed care has undermined parents' confidence, the system may not be meeting children's needs.
Research Areas Health and health care Social safety net Children and youth
Tags Health insurance Children's health and development