Insurance and Access to Care in Urban and Rural Areas, 2014-2015
Statistical brief using data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Household Component to examine the percentages of people uninsured, those without a usual source of care, and those reporting unmet needs for medical or dental care and prescription drugs. Features statistics including selected characteristics of the study population, with breakdowns by 3 population levels of metropolitan areas and 4 categories of non-metro counties.
James B. Kirby, Pradip Muhuri
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Access · Health insurance · Medicare · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data