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 diabetic adults, nonemergency transportation costs decreased despite increased monthly use of health services (the authors hypothesize that before transportation brokerage services, adults with diabetes might have overused these services); average monthly medical expenditures and the likelihood of hospital admission for an ambulatory case-sensitive condition (ACSC) also decreased.


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