The patient population of a major chain of investor-owned ambulatory care walk-in centers
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Ambulatory Care Facilities; Boston; Diagnosis-Related Groups; Health Facilities, Proprietary; Patient Acceptance of Health Care; Questionnaires; Sampling Studies; Socioeconomic Factors
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In sum, people go to a walk-in office for quick, convenient service, and overall they are happy with their experience. Although we cannot generalize from this case study of one chain of walk-in centers to walk-ins nationally, results from other studies of walk-in patient populations are approximately similar to ours.
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Citation: J Ambul Care Manage. 1991 Jan;14(1):66-77.
The Journal of ambulatory care management
Cashman, Suzanne B.; Ash, Arlene S.; Parks, Cindy Lou; and Bicknell, William J., "The patient population of a major chain of investor-owned ambulatory care walk-in centers" (1991). Family Medicine and Community Health Publications and Presentations. 147.