Adapting the chronic care model to treat chronic illness at a free medical clinic

Robert J. Stroebel, Bonnie Gloor, Sue Freytag, Douglas Riegert-Johnson, Steven A. Smith, Todd Huschka, James M Naessens, Thomas E. Kottke

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Abstract

In 2000, an estimated 38 million nonelderly adults in the United States were without health insurance.1 The literature suggests a high chronic disease burden among uninsured and minority populations and a greater degree of morbidity and mortality compared with their insured counterparts.24 Increasingly in response, free clinics have developed across the United States to provide health care to the uninsured.5,6 Effective models of care delivery must be explored to ensure that the medically uninsured are not underserved in such settings.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationFree Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs
PublisherThe Johns Hopkins University Press
Pages162-172
Number of pages11
StatePublished - 2013

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Chronic Disease
Morbidity
Delivery of Health Care
Mortality
Health
Population

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  • Medicine (miscellaneous)

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Stroebel, R. J., Gloor, B., Freytag, S., Riegert-Johnson, D., Smith, S. A., Huschka, T., ... Kottke, T. E. (2013). Adapting the chronic care model to treat chronic illness at a free medical clinic. In Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs (pp. 162-172). The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Adapting the chronic care model to treat chronic illness at a free medical clinic. / Stroebel, Robert J.; Gloor, Bonnie; Freytag, Sue; Riegert-Johnson, Douglas; Smith, Steven A.; Huschka, Todd; Naessens, James M; Kottke, Thomas E.

Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. p. 162-172.

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Stroebel, RJ, Gloor, B, Freytag, S, Riegert-Johnson, D, Smith, SA, Huschka, T, Naessens, JM & Kottke, TE 2013, Adapting the chronic care model to treat chronic illness at a free medical clinic. in Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs. The Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 162-172.
Stroebel RJ, Gloor B, Freytag S, Riegert-Johnson D, Smith SA, Huschka T et al. Adapting the chronic care model to treat chronic illness at a free medical clinic. In Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs. The Johns Hopkins University Press. 2013. p. 162-172
Stroebel, Robert J. ; Gloor, Bonnie ; Freytag, Sue ; Riegert-Johnson, Douglas ; Smith, Steven A. ; Huschka, Todd ; Naessens, James M ; Kottke, Thomas E. / Adapting the chronic care model to treat chronic illness at a free medical clinic. Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013. pp. 162-172
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