Access to Health Care in the U.S.-México Border Region: Challenges and Opportunities
Identifies ways in which the United States-Mexico Border Health Commission and other interested organizations can increase healthcare access for border populations in the U.S. Compares provisions of health reform in both countries to recognize potential binational public health collaborations. Discusses the socioeconomic challenges in healthcare access and the enrollment gaps in health insurance offered through the market place.
United States-México Border Health Commission
Access · Community health workers · Hispanic or Latino · Policy · Public health · Statistics and data · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention