Health Inequity in the United States: A Primer
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By any measure, the United States has a level of health inequity rarely seen among developed nations. The roots of this inequity are deep and complex, and are a function of differences in income, education, race and segregation, and place. In this primer, we provide an overview of these distinctly American problems, and discuss programs and policies that might promote greater health equity in the population.
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health, social determinants, health inequity, health equity, health disparities
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Date Posted: 12 November 2020