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Closing Gaps in Native American Health

Description
Describes health disparities between Wisconsin Native Americans and their White peers, with discussion of how new Medicaid policies could result in increased access to health services, improved care coordination for tribal health patients, and additional support for Indian Health Service providers. Features statistics including infant mortality rates, age-adjusted mortality rate, diabetes and cancer age-adjusted mortality rates, suicide rates, and average age of death.
Date
2016
Type
Document
Organization
Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
Tagged as
American Indian or Alaska Native · Health disparities · Medicaid · Mortality · Statistics and data · White · Wisconsin