Researchers hypothesized that people with mental illnesses might receive less preventive care than people without these illnesses. However, this study, which included patients within the Kaiser Permanente system and patients who get their care from safety-net clinics, found just the opposite.
STOP Colon Cancer program addresses disparities among uninsured, low-income and Latino patients
When patients with diabetes experience interruptions in health- insurance coverage, they are less likely to receive the screening tests and vaccines they need to protect their health.
Study finds that barriers to breast cancer screening remain even among insured women
New TCHR study is the first to use electronic medical data from a network of safety-net clinics, developed with help from TCHR and KPNW
Analysis of the largest survey directly comparing health in the United States and Canada reveals significant disparities between some citizens of the two countries.