Rural Residence Is Associated with Delayed Care Entry and Increased Mortality among Veterans with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
Details a study of the rural-urban variation in mortality tied to delayed treatment of veterans with HIV. Looks at a variety of participant characteristics, such as alcohol abuse, drug use, and the co-occurrence of Hepatitis C and B, as well as several other factors.
Michael Ohl, Janet Tate, Mona Duggal, et al.
Medical Care, 48(12), 1064-1070
Access · HIV and AIDS · Healthcare quality · Mortality · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Veterans