In 2017 through 2018, approximately 17% of primary care practices received no Medicaid revenue. Approximately 28% reported receiving Medicaid revenue of 10% or less. Practices with no Medicaid revenue were more often small, independent, and located in urban areas with higher household income. These findings were presented in "Avoiding Medicaid: Characteristics Of Primary Care Practices With No Medicaid Revenue," by Steven B. Spivack, Genevra F. Murray, Hector P. Rodriguez, and Valerie A. Lewis. The researchers analyzed 2017 through 2018 data from the National Survey of Healthcare Organizations and Systems primary care practice survey, a nationally representative survey of primary care . . .
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