Gatekeeping in health care research is the process of permitting or denying access to a selected research site. It is a complex process that researchers should be aware of as the process of.
In health care, researchers understand that access to a research site, which may include patients, their families or health care professionals, is an important ethical issue within research proposals and therefore an element of gatekeeping must be involved.
The current paper contributes to the discussion on gatekeeping by analyzing the competition effects that arise when GPs are equipped with a gatekeeping role. In general, there are two main arguments for introducing gatekeeping in health care markets (see Scott, 2000).Gatekeeping is expected to avoid overtreatment and to reduce health care costs.1 However, inefficiencies may also be enforced if the gatekeeping physicians’ objectives diverge from patients’ interests (e.g. McGuire, 2000; Scott, 2000): GPs may overtreat due to supplier-.Gatekeepers in Qualitative Research.. persons under their formal care. Research conducted in. gatekeeping and its research implications. This paper presents authors.
Sweden Health Care Research Paper. Research paper about an ERM topic May 31, 2020. Haimann’s Healthcare Management May 31, 2020. Published by admin at May 31, 2020. Languages. Uncategorized. Skill level. . -Primary Care (gatekeeping)-Elder Care-Life Expectancy, Age structure, Infant Mortality.Read More
We assess the ability of health insurance plans with gatekeeping restrictions to control the utilization of medical care through their influence on the choice of the initial provider. Empirical results are based on the individual-level utilization panel data from 2001-2006 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey.Read More
Gatekeeping in Health Care.. The paper provides a simple theoretical model that shows that. where gatekeeping is commonplace, research has demonstrated that GPs often respond to patient.Read More
Sweden Health Care Research Paper. 10 pg research paper excluding cover page and references. Must have 10 references with 8 being journal articles. Must include Powerpoint that correlates with paper's strongest talking points. More information about the paper will be additionally added once the writer is chosen. Such information includes.Read More
We study the competitive effects of restricting direct access to secondary care by gatekeeping, focusing on the informational role of general practitioners (GPs). In the secondary care market there are two hospitals choosing quality and specialisation.Read More
We study gatekeeping physicians’ referrals of patients to specialty care. We derive theoretical results when competition in the physician market intensifies. First, due to competitive pressure, physicians refer patients to specialty care more often. Second, physicians earn more by treating patients themselves, so refer patients to specialty care less often.Read More
Gatekeeping in health care. By Kurt R. Brekke and Robert Nuscheler.. Then the reulator can influence the GP attendance rate through the regulated price ('indirect gatekeeping'). A main finding of the paper is that strict gatekeeping may not be socially desirable,. Research Papers in Economics.Read More
A gatekeeper is a person who stands between the data collector and a potential respondent. Gatekeepers, by virtue of their personal or work relationship to a respondent, are able to control who has access, and when, to the respondent.Read More
Gatekeeping and legitimization: how informal carers’ relationship with health care workers is revealed in their everyday interactions Aim(s) of the study. This study explores the relationship between informal carers of older people, and health care workers within the context of a hospital ward.Read More