Using a difference-in-differences model to assess the effects of transportation brokerage services on access to care in KY and GA, researchers found for asthmatic children, brokerage services increased nonemergency transportation expenditures and the likelihood of using any services (perhaps because before transportation brokerage services, children might have underused the transportation services); reductions in monthly expenditures more than offset the increased transportation costs.


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