Indian Health Care in the 21st Century: A Case Study in Disparities
The Kaiser Family Foundation, in conjunction with the Morris K. Udall Foundation and the American Public Health Association hosted an event on May 9, 2005 which focused on key Indian health issues, including the availability of mental health services, the adequacy of federal funding, and priorities for Indian health.
The event highlighted research that appears in the May 2005 issue of the American Journal of Public Health, dedicated to the health and well-being of American Indians and Alaska Natives. This issue was published in partnership with the Kaiser Family Foundation and the reports within this issue examine the problems, progress, and challenges that exist in addressing health issues related to this population.
American Journal of Public Health: May 2005 (free access)
also of interest
- Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Access to and Utilization of Care among Insured Adults
- The Role of Medicare and the Indian Health Service for American Indians and Alaska Natives: Health, Access and Coverage
- Health Coverage and Care in the South: A Chartbook
- Health Coverage for the Black Population Today and Under the Affordable Care Act