While the quality of medical care in America is good, the lack of its availability and affordability for many Americans has created a divided, unequal country. Well educated, upper income Americans are living longer and can afford expensive medical care, but less fortunate Americans are often receiving inadequate medical care and — with the soaring expense of healthcare plans and rising deductibles — cannot pay for similar healthcare. How can the U.S. improve the health of its population, address its chronic disease and opioid addiction crises, broaden access to healthcare for all, and maintain expenditures within sustainable bounds?
Unequal Opportunities, Unequal Outcomes? Averting The Worst for Health and Health Care in America
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