|S.1||Percentage of Operating Costs Used for Charity Care and Bad Debt at Selected Miami-Dade County Hospitals, 1999||xii|
|S.2||Percentage of Adult Patients Traveling Beyond at Least Nine Hospitals to Obtain Treatment, MiamiDade County, 1999||xiv|
|S.3||Percentage of Pediatric Patients Traveling Beyond at Least Nine Hospitals to Obtain Treatment, MiamiDade County, 1999||xvi|
|2.1||Racial/Ethnic Minorities in Miami-Dade Are Disproportionately Uninsured||4|
|2.2||In Miami-Dade, the Uninsured Are Concentrated in the Central Urban Area and in the South||5|
|2.3||Most of the Hospitals in Miami-Dade Are Located in the Metropolitan Area of the County||6|
|3.1||Uncompensated Care Is a Substantial Percentage of Operating Expenses at Several Miami-Dade County Hospitals||22|
|3.2||JMH Has the Highest Costs of Uncompensated Care, in Absolute Dollar Terms, of All Miami-Dade County Hospitals||23|
|3.3||Traditional Payers Such as Medicare and Medicaid Are Still Prominent in the Miami-Dade Health-Care Market||25|
|4.1||Zip-Code Map of Southern (Lightly Shaded) and Western (Darker) Areas of Miami-Dade County||33|
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Publication information: Book title: Hospital Care for the Uninsured in Miami-Dade County:Hospital Finance and Patient Travel Patterns. Contributors: Catherine A. Jackson - Author, Kathryn Pitkin Derose - Author, James Chiesa - Author, Jose J. Escarce - Author. Publisher: Rand. Place of publication: Santa Monica, CA. Publication year: 2002. Page number: vii.
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