Abstract: “Objective: Patient- and family-centered care (PFCC), which recognizes the family as an integral partner in high-quality clinical decision-making, is important to improving children's health care. Studies examining PFCC disparities in the general US pediatric population, however, are sparse, and use methodology that might mislead readers to overestimate effect sizes because of the high prevalence of high-quality PFCC. We address these issues using improved statistical modeling of conceptually-grounded disparity domains on more recent data..."
Citation: Bleser, W. K., Young, S. I., & Miranda, P. Y. (2017). Disparities in Patient- and Family-Centered Care During US Children's Health Care Encounters: A Closer Examination. Academic Pediatrics,17(1), 17-26. doi:10.1016/j.acap.2016.06.008