Poor, minority senior citizens miss out on care

October 1995
AHA News;10/30/95, Vol. 31 Issue 44, p5
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Reports on the deprivation and obstacl-2 faced by the minority and low-income elderly people in obtaining health services, according to information provided by the United States Health and Human Services Department. Physician visit rates among black and white beneficiaries; Health care utilization among income groups.


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