J Fam Pract
An inverse association has been documented between the magnitude of patient care responsibilities (health maintenance organization penetration) and the amount of clinical research produced by academic medical centers. The output of academic family practice research is affected by this calculus. This article presents evidence that current market-place demands to increase patient care services may have an even greater impact on nonacademic family practice clinician researchers involved in practice-based research (PBR).
3650, Academic Medical Centers, clinical, cost, Family, Family Practice, Family Practice: economics, Health, Human, medical, patient, Patient Care, Primary Health Care: economics: methods, Research, Research: economics, WReN