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Gender differences in the utilization of health care services.

Gender differences in the utilization of health care services. Studies have shown that women use more health care services than men. We used important independent variables, such as patient sociodemographics and health status, to investigate gender differences in the use and costs of these services. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of family practice Pubmed

Gender differences in the utilization of health care services.

The Journal of family practice , Volume 49 (2): 6 – Apr 13, 2000

Gender differences in the utilization of health care services.


Abstract

Studies have shown that women use more health care services than men. We used important independent variables, such as patient sociodemographics and health status, to investigate gender differences in the use and costs of these services.

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ISSN
0094-3509
pmid
10718692

Abstract

Studies have shown that women use more health care services than men. We used important independent variables, such as patient sociodemographics and health status, to investigate gender differences in the use and costs of these services.

Journal

The Journal of family practicePubmed

Published: Apr 13, 2000

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