Rural-Urban Differences in Health Care Unaffordability
Analyzes healthcare unaffordability in rural versus urban contexts as well as mitigating sociodemographic variables. Examines 90,761 survey responses from the 2019-2021 National Health Interview Survey according to 3 levels of unaffordability, further breaking down the data by race/ethnicity, sex, income, self-rated health, insurance type, education, age, and rural versus urban location.
Hannah MacDougall, Daniel Mork, Stephanie Hanson, Carrie Henning Smith
The Journal of Rural Health
Access · Health disparities · Healthcare business and finance · Income · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data