Suboptimal Geographic Accessibility to Comprehensive HIV Care in the US: Regional and Urban–Rural Differences
Discusses access to HIV care facilities in urban and rural areas based on travel distance to care sites. Analyzes national data to determine average driving time to care sites and percentage of people living with HIV who have a drive time of greater than 30 minutes. Figure 1 offers a map of the contiguous U.S. representing HIV care sites and the population living with HIV/AIDS by county based on 2014 data.
Steven Masiano, Erika Martin, Rose Bono, et al.
Journal of the International AIDS Society, 22(5), e25286
Access · HIV and AIDS · Healthcare facilities · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data