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Health care for homeless individuals : implications of the patient protection and Affordable Care Act
This professional report explores the unique health needs of homeless individuals, how homeless individuals access medical and mental health services, and the impact that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) ...
Attitudes towards immigrants & support for government spending on health care
A steady increase of new immigrants to the United States has sparked a great debate on the financial impact the foreign born population has on public services. While the United States government has an extensive history ...
Race and health care : problems with using race to classify, assess, and treat patients
Though racial classifications may serve as a mechanism for identifying and correcting disparities among various groups, using such classifications in a clinical setting to detect and treat patient needs can be problematic. ...
Texas primary care and the Affordable Care Act : implications for the primary care physician workforce
Primary care physicians are the first point of contact for patients entering the formal health care system. A shortage of primary care physicians in the United States has left approximately 60 million people without adequate ...
The Paradox of Physician Privacy
This Report examines the “paradox” of physician privacy: while physician privacy has been explicitly or implicitly invoked over the last century to defend physicians against greater transparency, proposals that might cause ...