Trends in Special Medicare Payments and Service Utilization for Rural Areas in the 1990s

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1.1 Chronological History of Medicare Payment Policies for Rural Hospitals4
1.2 Profile of Non-Metropolitan Hospitals, by Size and Special Designation Status, 19996
1.3 Federal Provisions for Rural Health Clinics and Federally Qualified Health Centers   Before Implementation of the DBA of 19978
1.4 Payment Limits for the Medicare All-inclusive Rates for Independent RHCs and   FQHCs, 1988, 1990–199712
1.5 Health Professional Shortage Area Total Bonus Payments, by Selected Calendar   Years16
1.6 Distribution of Bonus Payments for Health Professional Shortage Areas and Other   Areas, by Specialty, 199217
1.7 Distribution of Bonus Payments for Health Professional Shortage Areas and Other   Areas, by Service, 199217
2.1 Region Groupings31
2.2 Facility Designation Codes33
2.3 Number of FQHCs and Rural Health Clinics, by Type and Data Source, 199435
2.4 Medicare Specialty Codes Used to Identify Physician Claims Eligible for the   Medicare Bonus Payments37
2.5 HCPCS Codes Used to Define Primary Care Services for the Bonus Payment   Analysis38
3.1 Distribution of U.S. Counties, by Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan County   Categories, Based on 1993 Urban Influence Codes42
3.2 Distribution of Frontier Counties, by Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan County   Categories, Based on 1993 Urban Influence Codes and 1990 Population Census42
3.3 Distribution of Metropolitan, Non-Metropolitan, and Frontier Counties, by HHS   Region43
3.4 Percentage Distribution of Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Counties, by HHS   Region43
3.5 Average Total Population by Metropolitan, Non-Metropolitan, and Frontier   Counties, Selected Years44
3.6 Average County per Capita Income, by Metropolitan, Non-Metropolitan, and   Frontier Counties, Selected Years45
3.7 Medicare Beneficiaries, by Metropolitan, Non-Metropolitan, and Frontier Counties,   Selected Years46

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