Leslie R. Boyd, Akiva P. Novetsky and John P. Curtin Ovarian cancer care for the underserved: Are surgical patterns of care different in a public hospital setting? Cancer 117
Version of Record online: 4 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/cncr.25490
The public hospital system provides care for patients without regard to insurance status, largely serving patients of low socioeconomic status. Patients receiving ovarian cancer surgery in the nation's largest public hospital system were found to be less likely to be treated by subspecialist gynecologic oncologists and less likely to have high-volume surgeons involved in their care.
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