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Lynn RM, Avis JL, Lenton S, et al. Arch Dis Child. 2020;106:e8.
… survey of pediatricians about delayed presentations to a healthcare provider among children during the COVID-19 … factor. … Lynn RM, Avis JL, Lenton S, et al. Delayed access to care and late presentations in children during the COVID-19 …
Hearing Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs United States Senate. 113th Cong (September 9, 2014).
… the culture at the hospitals enabled record falsification to become normalized , and outline actions being taken to address weaknesses in processes and access to care. … Hearing Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs …
Lagisetty P, Macleod C, Thomas J, et al. Pain. 2021;162:1379-1386.
… prescribing of  opioids  is a major contributor to the ongoing opioid epidemic. This study involved simulated … patients with chronic opioid use who called  primary care  clinics in need of a new provider because their … whose histories are suggestive of misuse, which may raise access to care concerns and cause potential unintended …
Weiner SJ, Schwartz A, Weaver F, et al. Ann Intern Med. 2010;153:69-75.
… on patient safety categorized inappropriate plans of care as a medical error. This broad classification … . The latter are those that occur because of inattention to patient context such as environment, behavior, economic situation, or access to care and social support. This study used …
… The Case A 72-year-old man was admitted to the hospital after a fall at home resulting in a right … lived alone and had little social support. His primary care physician (PCP) suspected that the patient might have … difficulty climbing the stairs, and he appeared to lack access to food, medications, or transportation to his …