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Partnering with the Medical Board of California to Learn What’s Up with California Docs?

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Janet Coffman, PhD, Andrew Bindman, MD, Kevin Grumbach, MD and numerous collaborators Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies

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Partnering with the Medical Board of California to Learn What’s Up with California Docs?

  1. 1. Partnering with the Medical Board of California to Learn Put Your Logo Here What’s Up with California Docs? Janet Coffman, PhD, Andrew Bindman, MD, Kevin Grumbach, MD and numerous collaborators Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, UCSF Over the last 20 years, our research team has conducted numerous studies that have provided California policymakers with timely and relevant information about the state’s physician workforce. In 2007 we entered into a partnership with the Medical Board of California to analyze responses to a mandatory survey that physicians are required to complete as part of the licensure renewal process and to field supplemental surveys on physicians’ participation in Medi- Cal and availability of electronic health records. Racial/Ethnic Diversity Access to Care for Medi-Cal Availability of Electronic Recipients Health Records Only two-thirds of California physicians treat Medi- Cal patients.Grumbach, et al., 2008 Coffman, et al., 2012California’s physician workforce is less racially/ethnically Less than one-third of California physicians have andiverse than its population. The shortage of Latino electronic health record that meets CMS’sphysicians is especially large. Coffman et al., forthcoming standards for meaningful use.
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