Key Facts: Race, Ethnicity and Medical Care
, 2007 Update
The Kaiser Family Foundation's updated version of , 2007 Update, serves as a quick reference source on health disparities, presenting the best available data and analysis.
This report includes data on the uninsured and access to care by race/ethnicity as well as information about the disproportionate effect that specific conditions such as diabetes, HIV/AIDS, and asthma have on racial and ethnic minority populations in the U.S. New in the 2007 Key Facts are demographic data on the racial/ethnic minority population in each state and the U.S. territories. This edition of Key Facts also includes data from the National Healthcare Disparities Report, examining changes in health care disparities over time.
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