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Over the first half of this decade, as a result of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of , 20 million adults have gained health insurance coverage.


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In addition, data from the Healthy People Midcourse Review demonstrate that there are significant disparities in access to care by sex, age, race, ethnicity, education, and family income. These disparities exist with all levels of access to care, including health and dental insurance, having an ongoing source of care, and access to primary care. Disparities also exist by geography, as millions of Americans living in rural areas lack access to primary care services due to workforce shortages.

Future efforts will need to focus on the deployment of a primary care workforce that is better geographically distributed and trained to provide culturally competent care to diverse populations. Access to Health Care in America. Millman M, editor.

Chapter Access to Healthcare. Insurance coverage, medical care use, and short-term health changes following an unintentional injury or the onset of a chronic condition. Insuring America's health: Principles and recommendations. Acad Emerg Med. Self-assessed health status and selected behavioral risk factors among persons with and without healthcare coverage—United States, The medical home, access to care, and insurance.

Provider continuity in family medicine: Does it make a difference for total health care costs?

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Ann Fam Med. The importance of having health insurance and a usual source of care. Am Fam Physician. The timing of preventive services for women and children; the effect of having a usual source of care. Am J Pub Health. Primary care: America's health in a new era. Continuity of care and trust in one's physician: Evidence from primary care in the United States and the United Kingdom. Fam Med. Primary care: Balancing health needs, services and technology.

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New York: Oxford University Press; Contribution of primary care to health systems and health. The Milbank Quarterly.

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Search HealthyPeople. View HP Data for:. The book also investigates the practices that differentiate children into different categories and what this means for notions of normality, integration, belonging and citizenship. Scrutinising the multiple forms of monitoring around disabled children and the consequences they generate for how we think about childhood and what is 'normal', this volume sits at the intersection of disability studies and childhood studies.

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