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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

(3063.0) Health Care Management Issues (Health Services Research Contributed Papers #1)
Marriott: Salon 1 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    Managerial decision making in a period of budget cutbacks: Implications for programmatic
        innovation in state health and human service agencies.
    Perceived barriers to health care use among children with and without chronic health
    Using Pharmacy and Inpatient Diagnoses to Predict Medical Costs for Medicare
        Populations. Safety Net Activities and Membership in Local Hospital Systems.

(3064.0) Ethnic and Racial Disparities Contributed Papers: Patient-Provider Relationship
and Communication
Marriott: Salon 2 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    U DECIDE OR ME? Understanding Disparities in Ethnic Communities by Investigating
        Decision-making Events: Observational Research of Medical Encounters.
    Patient Trust and Use of Preventive Services Among Low Income and Black Women.
    Tracking racial disparities in health care: The silent are unseen.
    Validation of a patient-reported measure of physician cultural competency.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2003: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM

(3140.0) Access to Essential Medicines: Why can't we find a way to provide AIDS drugs to
countries in the developing world? (Drug Policy and Pharmacy Services Committee
Solicited Session)
Marriott: B2 - Golden Gate Hall
    A new international trade framework to support r&d and enhance access to medicines.
    Democracy and international trade rules.
    Multinational pharmaceutical companies and public health.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2003: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM

(3216.0) Quality Improvement Comes of Age (Quality Improvement Contributed Papers #1)
Marriott: Salon 1 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    Too few nurses: A patient safety concern.
    Nurse-to-patient staffing ratios in California's hospitals.
    Refinement and validation of the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators (PSI).
    Analysis of AHRQ's prevention quality indicators: Implications for use.
    National Healthcare Quality Report: Challenges in the Use of Diverse Data Sources.

(3217.0) Population Density, Workforce, and Service Characteristics and Needs as
Determinants of Rural Healthcare Delivery
Marriott: Salon 2 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    Characteristics of sparse populations and the implications for the health of rural residents.
    Workforce shortage in rural hospitals: The Georgia experience.
    Why rural hospitals provide health promotion services to improve rural lifestyles and health:
        Perspectives of rural hospital CEOs.
    Place as a social determinant of health: A longitudinal study of infant mortality in the
        Mississippi Delta.

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(3218.0) P. Ellen Parsons Memorial Session: Globalization and Health
Marriott: Salon 3 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    Privatizing El Salvador's public health system: The link to trade agreements.
    Trade agreements and health: Do we need a public health alternative to FTAA and GATS?
    Liberalizing Health Systems: Endangering Health Workers and Excluding Access to Care.
    Trade Barriers to Injury Prevention.

(3219.0) Health and Income: Determinants and Effects of Disparities (Health Economics
Contributed Papers #1)
Marriott: Nob Hill A
    Racial Disparity in the Health Effect on Income Productivity.
    Effect of Health Insurance Status on Demand for Health Information on the Internet.
    Choice of Secondary Insurance by Medicare Enrolled Members of the Federal Employee
        Health Benefit Plan.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2003: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM

(3295.0) The History of Immigration Policy: At Home and Abroad
Marriott: Salon 1 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    Lessons Learned from Epidemics.
    Health and Hegemony: Medical Inspection, Immigrants and the Israeli Melting Pot, 1948-
    Terms of Inclusion: Rethinking the Meaning of US Immigration Policy in the Progressive

(3296.0) Strategies for Addressing the Urban Asthma Crisis (Urban Health
Contributed Papers)
Marriott: Salon 2 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    Evaluation of pilot YES WE CAN site at San Francisco General Hospital.
    Asthma Outreach Project, Odessa Brown, Seattle, WA.
    Adapting the NHLBI asthma guidelines for use in busy primary care settings.
    Kaiser Permanente pioneering methods in asthma for risk stratification and results.

(3297.0) Social Science Perspectives on Managing Chronic Disease
Marriott: Salon 3 - Yerba Buena Blrm
    Employment and participation in Multiple Sclerosis: A public health perspective.
    Understanding health-related quality of life through assessment of identity threat: A model
        for working with individuals living with chronic illness.
    Can disparities result from bias in provider assessment of patient adherence?.
    Toward dentists' screening for undiagnosed diabetes.

(3298.0) Screening and Satisfaction Assessment in Womens' Health (Womens'
Health Contributed Papers)
Marriott:Nob Hill A
    Breast cancer screening in medically underserved areas.
    Tends and disparities in breast and cervical cancer screening practices in Kentucky
        women: 1991-2000
    Validation of a screening tool for intimate partner violence.

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      Validation of a Woman-Specific Patient Satisfaction Tool: The Primary Care Satisfaction
       Survey for Women (PCSSW).

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2003: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

(3362.0) Why Does the US Healthcare System Cost So Much? - Update on Health
Services Research
Marriott: C2 - Golden Gate Hall
    Does competition have to reduce costs?
    Why have health expenditures as a share of GDP risen so much?
    Why is the price of health care in the United States so high?

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2003: 8:30 PM-10:00 PM

(3398.0) Viseltear Award (Honoring Howard Markel) and Evening With...Dorothy P. Rice
(Health Care Crises: Past, Present, and Future)
Marriott:C2 - Golden Gate Hall
    Howard Markel, M.D., Ph.D. receives the Viseltear Prize.
    An Evening With...Dorothy P. Rice - Health Care Crises: Past, Present, and Future.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

(4056.0) Medical Care Section Poster Session #1
MCC: Hall D
    Board 1 — A control trial of a pediatric health care team training to improve the
       assessment and management of overweight in children and adolescents
    Board 2 — Medical Resource Utilization, Expenditures and Sources of Payment for U.S.
       Residents with Cardiovascular Diseases and Selected Risk Factors.
    Board 3 — Effects of a Community-Wide Disaster on Alcohol Use and Well-Being in the
       Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack.
    Board 4 — Impact of asthma management on utilization of health care services and health-
       related quality of life as reported by parents/caregivers of pediatric asthma patients.
    Board 5 — Socio-demographic and psychosocial correlates of cancer and cardiovascular
       disease in elderly Mexican Americans.
    Board 6 — What Health Care Providers Need to Know: Recognition of DES Risks.
    Board 7 — Barriers and facilitators of colorectal cancer screening in rural areas
    Board 8 — Rural-Urban Differences in the Characteristics and Service Needs of HIV+
       Individuals: Another Example that Rural Populations Require Unique Approaches.
    Board 9 — YES WE CAN's children's asthma program: A medical/social team model for
       prevention based chronic disease care. V. Legion

(4057.0) Medical Care Section Poster Session #2
MCC: Hall D
    Board 1 — Improved diabetes care in Minnesota by age and type of diabetes, 1995-2001.
    Board 2 — Collecting demographic information from health plan members via mail: The
       experience of Kaiser Permanente’s pilot Member Information Project.
    Board 3 — Racial/ethnic differences in preventive services use among older adults.

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      Board 4 — Correlates of Positive Substance Abuse Treatment Outcomes for Adults
       Completing Primary Treatment.
      Board 5 — Correlates of seeking medical care in Pakistan.
      Board 6 —Delaying disability in Multiple Sclerosis: Patient perspectives on disease
       modifying therapy.
      Board 7 — Evaluating Patient Satisfaction for Hemodialysis Services: The Taiwan Case.
      Board 8 — Risk associated with falls among hospitalized patients.
      Board 9 — Factors associated with health care providers' compliance with requests for
       medical records.
      Board 10 — Use of insurance claims for health services research in Japan.

(4058.0) Medical Care Section Poster Session #3
MCC: Hall D
    Board 1 — Colorectal Cancer Hospitalization Diagnostic Procedures Trends Among Blacks
       And Whites.
    Board 2 — Identification of disparities in diabetes by hospital record surveillance:
       Opportunities for improving quality of care.
    Board 3 — Patient race and provision of health counseling in primary care practice.
    Board 5 — Farther Up and Further In: Raising the Bar for Quality Improvement in Large
    Board 6 — Characteristics of the usual source of care among children with asthma by race-
       ethnicity and income.
    Board 7 — Differences in Ratings of Provider Communication among Spanish-speaking
       and English-speaking parents in a Pediatric Medicaid Population: Does Need for
       Interpreter Services Matter?
    Board 8 — Health care and access of immigrant children and children of immigrant
    Board 9 — Parent Ratings of Medicaid Managed Care and Health Services Utilization
    Board 10 — Racial/Ethnic Variation in Dimensions and Determinants of Access for
       Pregnant Women on Medicaid.

(4059.0) Medical Care Section Poster Session #4
MCC: Hall D
    Board 1 — Changes in access to health care, 1991 - 2000: The role of Kentucky State
       health care reform.
    Board 2 — Characteristics of medicare patients discharged against medical advice.
    Board 3 — Enrollment in Alabama's SCHIP: 1998-2001.
    Board 4 — Expanding community access to cancer clinical trials: Understanding and
       surmounting physician recruitment barriers.
    Board 5 — From the public to the individual: Translating USPSTF guidelines to Medicare
    Board 6 — Greening health care services: Does the passive experience of plants in health
       care facilities improve treatment outcomes?.
    Board 7 — Improving Health Outcomes of Diabetic Veterans: The Chronic Disease Self
       Management Program.
    Board 8 — Total medical care use by elderly veterans: Does Medicare HMO enrollment

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   Board 9 — Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM): How Two Groups of
    Veterans Compare.
   Board 10 — Gender Difference in Out-of-pocket Prescription Drug Expenditure and Burden
    among Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries.

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2003: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM

(4154.0) Medical Care Section Student Paper Award Session
Marriott: Nob Hill A
    Previous AMI Protective Against One-Year Mortality After Subsequent AMI.
    Predictors of healthcare utilization practices among incarcerated women.
    Social disparities in health insurance coverage and health in the U.S.: Addressing the
        selection bias in health and SES with fixed effects regression.
    Modeling the Health Service Utilization of Georgia Children in Medicaid: A Finite Mixture
    Contracts between managed care organizations and cardiac surgeons: Whose choice is it?
    Selection of Student Award Winner and Presentation of Student Award.

(4155.0) Emerging Problems in Jail and Prison Health: Infection and Aging (Jail and Prison
Health Contributed Papers)
Marriott: Nob Hill B
    Completion of therapy for latent tuberculosis infection after release from jail: A follow-up
    MRSA outbreak in a state prison—implications for prevention and control
    STD/HIV prevention in the juvenile justice system.
    Mass incarceration and the graying of the prison Population.
    Health services and Medicaid coverage for youth in short term detention facilities.

(4156.0) Patient and provider agreement - A basis for quality improvement (Quality
Improvement Contributed Papers #2)
Marriott: Nob Hill C
    Association Between Patient Ratings of Care and Satisfaction with VA Training among
        Medical Residents.
    Knowledge and Beliefs About Pain Management among Health Professionals in an Urban
        Health Delivery System.
    Self-Management and Physician-Patient Relationships in the Internet Age.
    Clinical Education Template: Promoting Clinical and Cultural Integrity in Health Care.
    Engaging consumers and consumer organizations in defining and improving quality of care
        for Californians: Lessons learned from the California HealthCare Foundation’s Allies for
        Quality grantees.

(4157.0) Poverty Does Matter - The Social Determinants of Health (Medical Care Section
Solicited Session #2)
Marriott: Nob Hill D
    Income inequality and family income: Relationship to chronic medical conditions and
        mental health disorders.
    Testing for causality between socioeconomic status and health.

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2003: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM

(4219.0) Bills and ballots: Lessons on the road to universal coverage (Medical Care Section
Solicited Session #1)
Marriott: Nob Hill C
    Maine: Building support for single payer.
    California: Legislative Route to Universal Health Coverage.
    Health Care For All Maryland: A Grassroots Legislative Action Plan.
    Massachusetts: Electing universal coverage, opposing profit.
    Oregon's Paths To Universal Health Care: Can't Get There From Here??

(4220.0) Medication Safety: Drug Policy and Pharmacy Services Contributed Papers #1
Marriott: B1 - Golden Gate Hall
    Changes in patterns of acetaminophen (paracetamol) overdose in Scotland subsequent to
        restrictions on pack size.
    Nebulized respiratory drugs: Brand, generic or adulterated?
    Medication safety among hi-risk Medicaid Pharmaceutical Case Management beneficiaries
    Outcomes and Factors Contributing to the Success of a Community Based Patient Self-
        Management Diabetes Program: The Asheville Project.

(4221.0) Access to Health Insurance (Health Services Research Contributed Papers #2)
Marriott: C3 - Golden Gate Hall
    Uninsured, Medicaid-enrolled and privately insured children: Access to care, health status,
        and well-being in the population-based Iowa Household Health Survey (Year 2000).
    Evolution of awareness and participation in Medicaid and SCHIP.
    Determinants of Insurance Coverage and Prenatal Care Use: The Role of Welfare Reform.
    Differences in health insurance transitions between immigrants and the native-born.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2003: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

(4290.0) Avedis Donabedian Award Session - Honoring Don Rucker, Ph.D.
(Improving Quality Improvement in Health Care: Foundations and Frontiers)
Marriott: C3 - Golden Gate Hall

(4291.0) Ethnic and Racial Disparities Contributed Papers: Empiric Studies
Marriott: Nob Hill C
    Explaining racial/ethnic differences in mortality and overall physical health among older
        adults: The roles of socioeconomic status, health behaviors and insurance.
    Effect of access and satisfaction on regular mammogram and Pap smear screening in a
        multiethnic population.
    U.S. Emergency Department Visits for Asthma, 1992-2000.
    Care for Pneumonia Patients: Strategies for Eliminating Racial Disparities.
    Change in quality of care delivered to Medicare beneficiaries of underserved population

(4292.0) Lessons in Health Care Reform from Abroad (Medical Care Section Solicited
Session #3)
Marriott: C1 - Golden Gate Hall
    Lessons from the U.K. Experience
    Lessons from Canada

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   Lessons from France
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2003: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

(5054.0) Financing the provision of pharmaceuticals: Drug Policy and Pharmacy Services
Contributed Papers #2
Marriott: Nob Hill A
    Safety Net Provider Purchasing Alliance.
    Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs (PAPs): Their Design, Use and Impact.
    Pharmacy benefits in the veterans healthcare system: Fundamentals of management and
        lessons learned over five years.
    Issues in vaccine supply and demand, and the role of public financing.

(5055.0) Is the Level of U.S. Spending on Medical Care Appropriate? (Medical Care Section
Solicited Session #4)
Marriott: Nob Hill B
    High prices for low utilization: What's wrong with this picture?
    Excessive prices and quantities of health care: A contributing factor to medical inflation.
    Inefficiency of patent supported drug research: Can a free market do better?
    Is the US spending too much on medical care? Lessons from the frozen North.

(5056.0) Delivering Quality Health Care in Rural America
Marriott: Nob Hill C
    Delivering quality health care in rural america: Workforce development challenges.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2003: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM

(5117.0) Labour Supply Responses to a Changing Health Care Environment (Health
Economics Contributed Papers #2)
Marriott: Nob Hill A
    Unions, wages, and workplace conditions: New evidence from the hospital industry.
    Health Care Utilization: Do Monitoring Costs Matter?
    Impact of HMO penetration on physician supply in California.

(5118.0) Medical Care Section Committees Roundtable Session
Marriott: Unknown Room

(5119.0) Findings from the National Healthcare Disparities Report (Medical Care Section
Solicited Session #5)
Marriott: Nob Hill B

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2003: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM

(5171.0) Child and Adolescent Health (Health Services Research Contributed Papers #3)
Marriott: Nob Hill A
    Impact of access to health care on adolescents’ complementary/alternative medicine use
    Correlates of adolescent communication during general health check-ups.
    Prenatal care utilization in Medi-Cal managed care plans.
    Disparities in Child Health Care Expenditures.

(5172.0) Jail and Prison Health Solicited Session

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Marriott: Nob Hill B
    Why Your Public Health Department Should Have a Corrections Component.

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