Medical Students' And Doctors' Perceptions About Medicaid: A Content Analysis
KRISTIN BYARS and BRIAN PAYNE
JHHSA, Vol. 23 No. 1, (2000)
This research investigates the similarities and differences in medical students' and
doctors' perceptions about Medicaid. One hundred, ninety-seven medical students
and doctors were asked to answer4 three open-ended questions about Medicaid.
Their responses were content analyzed using standard rules of manifest and content
analysis. Results indicate important differences between the groups. Implications are
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