Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Eliminating Barriers to Access

Title Author Hits
The Causes of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Medicare Timothy Stoltzfus Jost Hits: 6309
A Prescription for Racial Equality in Medicine Barbara A. Noah Hits: 11296
Access to Health Care: What a Difference Shades of Color Make Gwendolyn Roberts Majette Hits: 12226
Affordable Health Care Coverage for Mexican Immigrants in the Southwest: State-initiated Reform in the Private and Public Sectors Amelia Valenzuela Hits: 16511
Bakke at 40: Remedying Black Health Disparities Through Affirmative Action in Medical School Admissions Jennifer Jones Hits: 128
Breaking the Barriers of Access to Health Care: The Role of Civil Rights Litigation Marianne L. Engelman Lado Hits: 5923
Disentangling Fact from Fiction: The Realities of Unequal Health Care Treatment Brietta R. Clark Hits: 13256
From 500 To 1: The Death Of The African-American Owned Hospital William A. Foster, IV Hits: 4248
Health Care in the Inner City: Asking the Right Question Sidney D. Watson Hits: 489
Health Care: Access after Health Care Reform Maria Ioanna Pantelaki and Chloe White Hits: 16024
Hospital Flight from Minority Communities Brietta R. Clark Hits: 10720
Inner-city Hospital Closures: Financial Decision or Impediment to Access? Kathryn J. Jervis, Gerson M. Goldberg andAlan C. Cutting Hits: 5228
Is Massachusetts Health Insurance Reform Legislation: An Effective Tool for Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care? Renée M. Landers Hits: 14449
Medicaid & Race: An Annotated Bibliography Student (Spring 2012) Hits: 18175
Race, Segregation, and Physicians' Participation in Medicaid Jessica Greene, Jan Blustein, And Beth C. Weitzman Hits: 5287
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Medicare must Become a Priority Timothy Stoltzfus Jost Hits: 5142
Reinvigorating Title VI: Defending Health Care Discrimination--It Shouldn't Be So Easy Sidney D. Watson Hits: 166
Site of Medical Care and Racial Differences Marsha Lillie-Blanton, Rose Marie Martinez and Alina Salganicoff Hits: 8728
Striving for Equality, but Settling for the Status Quo in Health Care: Is Title VI More Illusory than Real? Ruqaiijah Yearby Hits: 23710
The “Health Care Access” Rationale for Narrowly Tailored Race-conscious Admissions and Recruitment Policies in Health Professions Schools Thomas E. Perez Hits: 13821
The State Giveth and Taketh Away: Race, Class, and Urban Hospital Closings : Shaun Ossei-Owusu Hits: 626
The Statute Whose Name We Dare Not Speak: Emtala and the Affordable Care Act W. David Koeninger Hits: 19859
Translating Rights into Access: Language Access and the Affordable Care Act, Joel Teitelbaum, Lara Cartwright-Smith and Sara Rosenbaum Hits: 8275
Uninsured and Unhealthy: The Health Insurance Woes of African Americans FinancesOnline.com Hits: 5273
What Happens to the Women Who Fall Through the Cracks of Health Care Reform? Lessons from Massachusetts Amanda Dennis, Kelly Blanchard, Denisse Córdova, Britt Wahlin, Jill Clark, Karen Edlund, Jennifer McIntosh and Lenore Tsikitas Hits: 10815

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