Gender and Geographic Differences in Medicare Service Utilization During the Last Six Months of Life
Journal of Women and Aging
End-of-life issues are important for senior women, particularly rural women, who are more likely than their urban counterparts to live alone. The role of residence has yet to be investigated. The purpose of this study is to examine whether service utilization in the last six months of life differs across gender and rurality.
Rural and Minority Health Research Center
Elizabeth Crouch, Janice Probst, Kevin Bennett, Jan Eberth