Resources Examine Racial and Ethnic Disparities Among Men at the State Level
The Foundation has created a package of resources, including a comprehensive report, fact sheets and other materials, that document the persistence of disparities on 22 indicators between white men and men of color, including rates of diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, AIDS and cancer, and access to health insurance and health screenings.
The resources provide a rare look at state-level variations, quantifying where disparities are greatest. Also available are state-level data for men of many racial and ethnic populations that are often difficult to obtain.
Related Fact Sheets:
Putting Men’s Health Care Disparities On The Map: Access and Utilization Highlights
Also see the companion report: Putting Women’s Health Care Disparities On The Map: Examining Racial and Ethnic Disparities at the State Level
also of interest
- Advancing Opportunities, Assessing Challenges: Key Themes from a Roundtable Discussion of Health Care and Health Equity in the South
- Health Coverage and Care in the South in 2014 and Beyond
- Health Coverage and Care in the South: A Chartbook
- Health Coverage and Care for American Indians and Alaska Natives