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Patient-physician racial and ethnic concordance and perceived medical errors.
Stepanikova I. Soc Sci Med. 2006;63:3060-3066.

The author analyzed national health disparity survey results and found that white patients were less apt to report perceived medical errors by white physicians, but that racial/ethnic concordance had no effect on perceived errors reported among non-white patients.

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