Intersection of Living in a Rural Versus Urban Area and Race/Ethnicity in Explaining Access to Health Care in the United States
Examines healthcare access for Hispanic, African American, and White rural and urban residents. Reports on access to a usual source of healthcare, healthcare needs met, cholesterol screening, cervical screening, and dental visits.
Julia T. Caldwell, Chandra L. Ford, Steven P. Wallace, May C. Wang, Lois M. Takahashi
American Journal of Public Health, 106(8), 1463-9
Access · Black or African American · Health screening · Hispanic or Latino · Minorities · Oral health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · White