Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved volume 19, issue 1, P149-163 2008 DOI: 10.1353/hpu.2008.0005 View full text
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Andrew M. Ryan, Gilbert C. Gee, Derek. Griffith

Abstract: We investigated whether self-reported racial/ethnic and gender discrimination were associated with lower rates of diabetes management. Analyses focused on 524 respondents with diabetes from the 2001 Commonwealth Health Care Quality Survey. Probit models estimated the marginal effect of self-reported racial/ethnic and gender discrimination on diabetes management, adjusting for racial/ethnic and gender concordance of the patient and physician, as well as a variety of health and sociodemographic indicators. Self-…

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