A Comparison of Methods for Capturing Patient Preferences for Delivery of Mental Health Services to Low-Income Hispanics Engaged in Primary Care
AuthorHerman, Patricia M
Cunningham, Charles E
de Zapien, Jill Guernsey
Carvajal, Scott C
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Zuckerman Coll Publ Hlth
Univ Arizona, Zuckerman Coll Publ Hlth, Arizona Prevent Res Ctr
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CitationA Comparison of Methods for Capturing Patient Preferences for Delivery of Mental Health Services to Low-Income Hispanics Engaged in Primary Care. 2016, 9 (4):293-301 Patient
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AbstractConsideration of patient preferences regarding delivery of mental health services within primary care may greatly improve access and quality of care for the many who could benefit from those services.
NoteFirst Online: 21 December 2015. 12 month embargo.
VersionFinal accepted manuscript
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