Access to Primary Care Clinics for Patients With Chronic Pain Receiving Opioids
Results of a study of 194 Michigan primary care clinics, to assess their willingness to continue prescribing opioids to new patients and to determine whether this differs across payer types. Includes statistics on characteristics of clinics accepting new patients currently taking opioids, with breakdowns by urban and rural location.
Pooja A. Lagisetty, Nathaniel Healy, Claire Garpestad
JAMA Network Open 2(7)
Access · Clinics · Health insurance · Medicaid · Pharmacy and prescription drugs · Primary care · Rural-urban differences · Specialty care · Statistics and data · Michigan