Are survey measures of medical care utilisation misleading? A comparison of self-reported medical care consumption with actual medical care utilisation
A substantial over-estimate of medical care consumption cost was found when estimates from self-report data from an epidemiological study were compared to actual cost data extracted from administrative records. Even though the few subjects who were actually provided with two or more services in the two-week self-report period substantially under-reported their medical care consumption, a large net over-estimate of medical care consumption was produced by the self-report data. This finding has...[Show more]
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