Latinos most vulnerable on health insurance
- Hispanic patients' health care. // AHA News;6/19/95, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p5
Reports on the Market Development Inc.'s finding that Hispanics are more likely required to pay for their medical costs prior to treatment as compared with non-Hispanics. Health care experiences and expectations of Hispanics.
- `Su bebe no esta mejor. Tenemos que hacerle pruebas.'. // RN;Nov92, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p14
Reports that some schools and hospitals offer Spanish courses to address the need for Spanish fluency in the health care vocabulary. Prevalence of the Spanish-speaking population; Workshop by the Jersey City State College's Department of Nursing; `Medical Spanish: The Instant Survival Guide,'...
- Hispanics seek better health care. E.G. // Second Opinion;Jul91, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p145
Presents a summary of the article `Access to Health Care for Hispanics,' by Eli Ginzberg, published in the January 9, 1991 issue of the `Journal of the American Medical Association.'
- Marketing health care. Daugherty, Christi // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);12/12/94, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p7B
Reports on the marketing of health care to the Hispanic population of New Orleans, Louisiana. Examples of health care programs geared towards the Hispanic population; Future prospects.
- Hispanic Americans. Ross, Jon // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;10/5/95, Vol. 69 Issue 19, p65
Focuses on the Hispanic-American population as an underserved market for health care. Language barriers; Proposition 187 as an initiative that limits social services to illegal aliens; Hispanics as the most uninsured and underinsured ethnic group in the United States; Hospitals' subscription to...
- Spanish-language handouts help children and parents. // Addiction Letter;May93, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p7
Announces that Spanish-language client and family handouts on health are available from Manisses Communications Group. Master sheets; Issues addressed.
- Health care use by Hispanic adults: Financial vs. non-financial determinants. Schur, Claudia L.; Albers, Leigh Ann // Health Care Financing Review;Winter95, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p71
Assesses the relative effects of language spoken on health care use by Hispanic adults. Availability of usual source of care (USOC); Comparison of health care use between monolingual Spanish speakers and English speakers; Determinants of USOC: Factors affecting frequency of using physician visits.
- Wishard opens Hispanic clinic. Postman, Lore // Indianapolis Business Journal;4/15/96, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p15A
Reports on the establishment of the Hispanic Center clinic at the Wishard Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Fund grants from organizations; Need for culturally-sensitive medical care.
- Perceived Needs and Service Use of Spanish Speaking Monolingual Patients Followed at a Hispanic Clinic. Diaz, Esperanza; Prigerson, Holly; Desai, Rani; Rosenheck, Robert // Community Mental Health Journal;Aug2001, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p335
Compares the perceived needs and health service use of Spanish speaking monolingual patients and Hispanics and non-Hispanics at a conventional mental health center. Assessment on the sociodemographic characteristics of patients; Accessibility of physical health care services; Concerns on...