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Medicare beneficiaries' use of computers and internet: 1998-2005.

Tan RL - Health Care Financ Rev (2006)

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Affiliation: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 7500 Security Boulevard, C3-16-27, Baltimore, MD 21244-1850, USA. ronnie.tan@cms.hhs.gov

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Medicare Beneficiaries' Use of Computers and the Internet, by Educational Level: 2005Those beneficiaries with a college degree were the largest group of internet users (34 percent). They were twice as likely to have a computer in their home as those without a high school diploma (31 versus 15 percent).Beneficiaries who were high school graduates were more likely to have a computer and internet than those beneficiaries with vocational/technical training and those with some college education (27, 8, and 20 percent, respectively).
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f6-hcfr-28-2-045: Medicare Beneficiaries' Use of Computers and the Internet, by Educational Level: 2005Those beneficiaries with a college degree were the largest group of internet users (34 percent). They were twice as likely to have a computer in their home as those without a high school diploma (31 versus 15 percent).Beneficiaries who were high school graduates were more likely to have a computer and internet than those beneficiaries with vocational/technical training and those with some college education (27, 8, and 20 percent, respectively).


Medicare beneficiaries' use of computers and internet: 1998-2005.

Tan RL - Health Care Financ Rev (2006)

Medicare Beneficiaries' Use of Computers and the Internet, by Educational Level: 2005Those beneficiaries with a college degree were the largest group of internet users (34 percent). They were twice as likely to have a computer in their home as those without a high school diploma (31 versus 15 percent).Beneficiaries who were high school graduates were more likely to have a computer and internet than those beneficiaries with vocational/technical training and those with some college education (27, 8, and 20 percent, respectively).
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f6-hcfr-28-2-045: Medicare Beneficiaries' Use of Computers and the Internet, by Educational Level: 2005Those beneficiaries with a college degree were the largest group of internet users (34 percent). They were twice as likely to have a computer in their home as those without a high school diploma (31 versus 15 percent).Beneficiaries who were high school graduates were more likely to have a computer and internet than those beneficiaries with vocational/technical training and those with some college education (27, 8, and 20 percent, respectively).

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Affiliation: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 7500 Security Boulevard, C3-16-27, Baltimore, MD 21244-1850, USA. ronnie.tan@cms.hhs.gov

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