D.C. Health Care Access Survey, 2003
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation District of Columbia Health Care Access Survey, 2003, is based on a representative sample of 1,581 adults, ages 18 and older, living in Washington, DC. The survey is intended to inform discussion of health care issues in the District of Columbia by examining the views and experiences of some of the city's most vulnerable populations, as well as the general population. It provides an opportunity to assess health care access by age (nonelderly adults vs. elderly adults), race/ethnicity (African Americans, Latinos and whites), and income (lower-income vs. higher-income residents). It also provides insight on how the public perceives DC’s health problems and health institutions.
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