Health and Medical Care Archive

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Name
Label/Question
1.

PH2: Physician id number, masked

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Foreign Medical School Graduate

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:AMA/AOA:Sex,1-Male,2-Female

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:AMA/AOA year of birth

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:AMA/AOA year of graduation

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:A4:Multiple practices

A4. Do you currently provide patient care in one practice, or more than one practice? We consider multiple sites or offices associated with the same organization to be only one practice. ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:Imputation flag for MULTPR

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:A4A:Number of practices

A4A. In how many different practices do you provide patient care?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:A6:Year began practicing medicine

A6. In what year did you begin medical practice after completing your undergraduate and graduate medical training?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Primary care physician flag

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Combined Spec/Subspec

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Board Certification Status

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Bd Certified in Prim Sub/Speclty

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Bd Eligible in Prim Sub/Speclty

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:A19:Overall Career satisfaction

A19. Many of the remaining questions are about your practice and your relationships with patients. Before we begin those questions, let me ask you: Thinking very generally about your satisfaction with your overall career in medicine, would... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:B1:Weeks practicing medicine in 1997

B1. Considering all of your practices, approximately how many weeks did you practice medicine during 1997? Exclude time missed due to vacation, illness and other absences. Exclude family leave, military service, and professional conference... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Hrs prev wk medically-related act

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Hrs prev wk direct patient care

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:B6:Hours previous month charity care

B6. Again thinking of all your practices, during the LAST MONTH, how many hours, if any, did you spend providing CHARITY care?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:C1:Ownershp status(Full/Part/No Own)

C1. Are you a full owner, a part owner, or not an owner of this practice?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:Imputation flag for OWNPR

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Practice type (all owners)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Employer type (all employees)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Practice type (Categorical)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:Type of group physician

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:C4:Owner: Other phys in practice

C4. Do one or more of the other physicians in the practice in which you work have an ownership interest?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:CV:C5 Outside ownership

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:C7:Number of physicians at practice

C7. How many physicians, including yourself, are in the practice? Please include all locations of the practice. If asked, this includes both full- and part-time physicians ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:C8:Number of assistants in practice

C8. How many physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, and clinical nurse specialists are employed by the practice including all locations? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:C10:Practice acquired in last 2 yrs

C10. In the last two years, were you part of a practice that was purchased by another practice or organization? We are only interested in purchases over the last two years that occurred while you were part of the practice. ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:Imputation flag for ACQUIRD

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:C11:Resp ownrshp when practc purchsd

C11. At the time of the purchase, were you a full owner, a part owner, or not an owner of the practice that was purchased?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D1A:Effect of computr get pt data

D1A. How large an effect does your use of computers to obtain or record clinical data, such as medical records and lab results, have on your practice of medicine? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D1B:Effect of computr get tx/guidlin

D1B. How large an effect does your use of computers to obtain information about treatment alternatives or recommended guidelines have on your practice of medicine? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D1C:Effect of preventiv tx reminders

D1C. How large an effect do reminders that you receive from either a medical group, insurance company or HMO alerting you about specific preventive services that may be due for your individual patients have on your practice of medicine? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D1D:Effect of formal writtn guidelin

D1D. How large an effect does your use of FORMAL, WRITTEN practice guidelines such as those generated by physician organizations, insurance companies or HMOs, or government agencies have on your practice of medicine? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D1E:Effect of practic profile result

D1E. How large an effect do the results of practice profiles comparing your pattern of using medical resources to treat patients with that of other physicians have on your practice of medicine? A practice profile is a report that is usuall... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D1F:Effect of patient satsfactn surv

D1F. How large an effect does feedback from patient satisfaction surveys have on your practice of medicine?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D7:Change-complexity w/o ref, PCP

D7. During the last 2 years, has the complexity or severity of patients conditions for which you provide care without referral to specialists (read 5-1)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D8:Appropriateness w/o ref, PCP

D8. In general, would you say that the complexity or severity of patients conditions for which you are currently expected to provide care without referral is (read 5-1)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D9:Change-num of refrls to speclsts

D9. During the last two years, has the number of patients that you refer to specialists (read 5-1)?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D10:Pct patients for whom gatekeeper

D10. Some insurance plans or medical groups REQUIRE their enrollees to obtain permission from a primary care physician before seeing a specialist. For roughly what percent of your patients do you serve in this role? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:Imputation flag for PCTGATE

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D11:Change-complexity at ref, NPCP

D11. During the last two years, has the complexity or severity of patients conditions at the time of referral to you by primary care physicians (read 5-1)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D12:Appropriateness at ref, NPCP

D12. In general, would you say that the complexity or severity of patients' conditions at the time of referral to you by primary care physicians is (read 5-1)? ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:D13:Change-# referrals by PCPs

D13. During the last two years, has the number of patients referred to you by primary care physicians (read 5-1)?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:EA:Care to adults and/or kids

EA. Does your practice include providing care to (read 1-3)?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:E_FORM:Rotation of Vignette questns

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:E1:Pct oral agent elevatd cholesterl

E1. What about treating an elevated cholesterol with oral agents for a 50 year old man who has no other cardiac risk factors except elevated cholesterol? After six months on a low cholesterol diet, his total cholesterol is 240 and his LDL ... (view details)

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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PH2:E1a:Freq oral agents elevatd cholest

E1a. Would you recommend oral agents?

Taken from: Community Tracking Study Physician Survey, 1998-1999: [United States] - Public-Use Version of the Main Data File.

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