Rural-Urban Differences in Access to Preventive Health Care Among Publicly Insured Minnesotans
Analyzes rural and urban differences in access to preventive care in adults and children in public insurance programs in Minnesota. Examines barriers to care at the system, provider, and individual level. Includes statistics for the rural, urban, and total sample population by sex, age, race/ethnicity, marital status, employment, health status, disability status, and more.
John Loftus, Elizabeth M. Allen, Kathleen Thiede Call, Susan A. Everson-Rose,
Journal of Rural Health, 34(Suppl 1), s48-s55
Access · Health disparities · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Minnesota