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Trends in Financial Barriers to Medical Care for Women Veterans, 2003–2004 and 2009–2010

CharacteristicPercentage Reporting a Financial Barrier
2003, % (SE)2004, % (SE)2009, % (SE)2010, % (SE)
Women GP 16.40 (0.42) 17.11 (0.40) 19.01 (0.40) 18.84 (0.37)
Women VET 17.69 (3.30) 14.14 (2.45) 15.60 (2.89) 13.37 (2.09)
Men VET 10.57 (0.89) 10.73 (0.82) 10.54 (0.86) 11.33 (0.87)
18–44 Women VET 19.77 (4.60) 16.35 (3.59) 17.99 (4.66) 13.49 (3.23)
45–64 Women VET 13.89 (3.92) 10.73 (2.75) 12.38 (2.32) 13.22 (2.43)


Figure.
The prevalence (weighted) of reporting a financial barrier to medical care by sex, age, and veteran status, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), 2003–2004 and 2009–2010. BRFSS data for 2005 through 2008 does not distinguish veteran duty status. Abbreviations: SE, standard error; GP, general population; VET, veteran.

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