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Supplementary Table 2.
Managed Care Participation and Practice Ownership Among PCPs and Specialists, 1997-2001


 
1997
1999
2001
Reports more than
51% of practice
revenue from
managed care
Primary Care
37.0
41.2*
40.5
Specialist
24.7
27.7*
28.4#
All
29.5
32.9*
33.2#
Reports accepting any
capitated contracts
Primary Care
71.7
73.4
62.4*#
Specialist
43.0
43.8
33.8*#
All
54.2
55.2
45.2*#
Owner of practice Primary Care
54.3
49.6*
50.1#
Specialist
66.3
61.1*
59.8#
All
61.6
56.7
55.9
Salaried physician Primary Care
56.5
58.4
57.6
Specialist
49.5
54.2*
55.7#
All
52.2
55.8*
56.5#

Notes: Bold text shows that primary care physicians were statistically different from specialists in the same year

* Change from previous survey is statistically significant at p<.05.

# Change from 1997-2001 is statistically significant at p<.05.

 

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