Table 3.

Comparison of how the 2003 and 2010 respondents’ out-of-office care was affected during serious infectious disease outbreaks: Proportion of respondents who indicated no change when asked about changes to their out-of-office care.

OUT-OF-OFFICE CAREFPs AND GPs
2003 RESPONDENTS WHO INDICATED NO CHANGE, %2010 RESPONDENTS WHO INDICATED NO CHANGE, %
Obstetrics87.70.0*
Palliative care86.514.9*
Housecalls71.425.5*
Well-baby visits70.712.6*
Psychotherapy or counseling68.79.4*
Emergency department shifts68.635.7*
Nursing home visits65.440.0*
Hospital inpatient care33.628.6