Arkansas: Minority Health
This category includes demographic data on minority populations, medical school graduates, and women's and men's health disparities.
Select a subcategory on the left to see how the indicators compare across the states. Results will be shown as a table, map, or trend graph as available.
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Arkansas: Minority Health Indicators
Women's Health Disparities
- Percent of Women who Report Having No Personal Doctor/Health Care Provider, by Race/Ethnicity
- Percent of Adult Women Reporting Fair or Poor Health Status, by Race/Ethnicity
- Percent of Adult Women Reporting Poor Mental Health Status, by Race/Ethnicity
- Percent of Women Ages 21-64 who Report Having Had a Pap Smear within the Past Three Years, by Race/Ethnicity
- Percent of Women Age 40 and Older Who Report Having Had a Mammogram Within the Past Two Years, by Race/Ethnicity
- Breast Cancer Incidence Rate per 100,000 Women by Race/Ethnicity
- Breast Cancer Deaths per 100,000 Women by Race/Ethnicity
- Cervical Cancer Incidence Rate per 100,000 Women by Race/Ethnicity
- Cervical Cancer Deaths per 100,000 Women by Race/Ethnicity
This data collection reflects Medicaid benefits covered in each state, limitations applied to those benefits, cost-sharing charges, and the reimbursement methodologies used for those benefits in effect at six specific points in time, the most recent being October 1, 2012. In general, the data presented here represents a state’s policies applicable to adult Medicaid beneficiaries receiving care on a “fee for service” basis.
More information about the methods and who to contact information is included at the bottom of this page in the About the Data Collection section.View Data