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Health status and access to health care of low income black and white adults, Ohio, 1998

Linda Tyner-Onyeaghor

Health status and access to health care of low income black and white adults, Ohio, 1998

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Published by Ohio Dept. of Health, Center for Public Health Data and Statistics in Columbus .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African Americans -- Medical care -- Ohio -- Statistics,
  • Poor -- Medical care -- Ohio -- Statistics,
  • African Americans -- Health and hygiene -- Ohio -- Statistics,
  • Poor -- Health and hygiene -- Ohio -- Statistics,
  • Medical care -- Ohio -- Statistics,
  • Public health -- Ohio

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLinda Tyner-Onyeaghor, researcher.
    GenreStatistics
    SeriesOhio family health survey. Chart book -- #10, Ohio family health survey -- 10.
    ContributionsCenter for Public Health Data and Statistics (Ohio)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA448.5.N4 T963 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23173511M
    LC Control Number2008397321

    It will introduce low-income patients receiving social and medical services from the three sites to public health legal services, provide interdisciplinary education to health care and social service providers to promote the prevention and reduction of socio-economic barriers to their patients' health, and foster their awareness of the root.   Low-income families lack access to affordable, timely health care, report finds – Between the states leading and lagging, up to a fourfold disparity in performance exists in a range of key health care indicators for low income groups. Wide differences also exist within individual state incomes. If all states were able to reach the . Health Literacy. Definition. Health Literacy is defined in the Institute of Medicine report, Health Literacy: A Prescription to End Confusion, as "the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.".


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Health status and access to health care of low income black and white adults, Ohio, 1998 by Linda Tyner-Onyeaghor Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Health status and access to health care of low income black and white adults, Ohio, [Linda Tyner-Onyeaghor; Center for Public Health Data and Statistics (Ohio)].

Of the many health issues faced by immigrants, those related to health care access and insurance are the most challenging – 27 Studies have shown that low-income immigrants are twice as likely to be uninsured as low-income US citizens, 28, 29 Programs such as Medicaid and the State Child Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) were created to Cited by: Data Sources.

The JCUSH assessed health status, disease prevalence, behavioral risk factors, health care utilization, and access to care in the 2 countries Conducted jointly by Statistics Canada and the US National Center for Health Statistics, the survey was administered between November and March The JCUSH was a 1-time, random telephone survey (land Cited by:   Low-income residents of Washington, D.C.

consistently have worse health outcomes and less access to health care than more affluent residents. This paper, part of the D.C. Primary Care Association.

Please use one of the following formats to cite this article in your essay, paper or report: APA. Mandal, Ananya.

(, February 26). Disparities in Access to Health Care. Health Care Among Low-income, White, Working-age Males in a Safety Net Health Care Network: Access and Utilization Patterns. Doctor of Philosophy (Sociology). Augustpp., 13 tables, 6 illustrations, references, titles. This study seeks to provide information relevant to public policy that will lead toAuthor: Keith Hugh Whitworth.

Overall, low- and moderate-income adults enrolled in a Marketplace health plan are considerably better off in terms of access to and affordability of health care than those who are uninsured.

They fare as well as adults with ESI or non-Marketplace nongroup coverage on most measures. To examine health care access disparities with regard to health status and presence of functional limitations, a common measure of disability and multimorbidity, after controlling for individual’s race/ethnicity, insurance status and income in the U.S.

using the latest survey data. Using data from the Family Core component of the National Health Cited by: A third public program designed to increase access to care for the poor is the community health center (CHC).

CHCs provide family-oriented primary and preventative health care and serve populations with limited access to health care, including low-income populations, the uninsured, those with limited English proficiency, migrant and seasonal. The contents of the Library of Congress Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-and-White Negatives are in the public domain and are free to use and reuse.

Health status and access to health care of low income black and white adults, Ohio, coverage to low-income adults. Data from the and National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) are used to describe recent changes in health insurance coverage and selected measures of health care access and utilization for adults aged 18–64, by race and Hispanic origin.

This study seeks to provide information relevant to public policy that will lead to increased access and utilization among this vulnerable population and to reinforce the validity of the behavioral model for vulnerable populations.

This study is a secondary analysis of data collected in a study that examined adult, working-aged patients within the John Peter Smith Health Network, which Author: Keith Hugh Whitworth.

Low-income Hispanic men are also the least likely to report excellent or very good health (34 percent) while African American men are the most likely (50 percent).

The share for low-income white men is 45 percent. Reports of health status across the states generally appear to follow trends in health insurance coverage. We know that access to medical care for low-income persons in the United This article, submitted to Medical Care Research and Review on Februwas revised and accepted for publication on Ap Disparities in Health Care Access and Health Status among Older Adults," J Gen Intern no.

7 (): – J. Sarver and D. Baker, "Effect of Language Barriers on Follow-up Appointments after an Emergency Department Visit," Journal of General Internal Medic no. 4 (): –File Size: 2MB.

Individual & Family Health Birth records, immunizations, nutrition and physical activity; Health Care Facilities, Providers & Insurance Directories of facilities, professional certifications, health insurance and patient safety; Data, Statistics & Legislation Statistical reports, health economics and policy, legislation; Diseases & Conditions A-Z disease listing, diseases and conditions by.

Health care disparities are inequities occurring during the provision of and in access to health care that are experienced by socially disadvantaged populations. We discovered significant disparities between persons with and without developmental disabilities in health status, quality, utilization, access, and unmet health care by: 4.

Some groups living in low income are over represented with: 32% (7,) of lone-parent families living in low income% (6,) of the population ages 25 to 64 years who have not completed high school or beyond living in low income% () of recent immigrants (immigrated to Canada between and ) living in low income.

In this paper we assess how access to care and use of services among low-income children vary by insurance status. Although 40 percent of low-income children rely on private health insurance, little is known about how this coverage compares with Medicaid coverage in meeting their health care needs.

We find that Medicaid and privately insured low-income children appear to have Cited by:   The Affordable Care Act's health coverage expansions have produced major improvements in medical care and health for low-income adults, including reduced out-of-pocket spending, better access to. The funds from the State Partnership Grant will be used to improve the health status of minority groups and eliminate health disparities by developing partnerships and systems to improve access to health care for all low-income Hispanics in Puerto Rico.

This project will mobilize communities and partnerships; increase awareness of. There is strong empirical evidence of health care disparities between Black and White Americans.

Blacks are less likely than are Whites to receive many needed services, including routine preventive care. 1–5 The causes of disparities in health care are complex and have been the subject of considerable research; socioeconomic differences and structural characteristics Cited by: The scope of coverage matters for insured low-income adults and some, particularly those with health problems, have difficulty shouldering out-of-pocket health care.

Geographic Access to Specialty Mental Health Care across High- and Low-Income US Communities Ap A new study has found that high-income communities are more likely to have access to specialty mental health treatment resources, including office-based practices, than low-income areas.

In this paper we assess how access to care and use of services among low-income children vary by insurance status.

Although 40 percent of low-income children rely on Cited by: Access to Care among Adults after State Medicaid Expansions. New England Journal of Medicine,2. Atun, R. What are the advantages and disadvantages of restructuring a health care system to be more focused on primary care services.

Copenhagen, WHO Regional Office for Europe. Health Evidence Network report. Access to Care and Use of Health Services by Low-Income Women Ruth A. Almeida, M.P.P., Lisa C. Dubay, Sc.M., and Grace Ko Data from the National Survey of America’s Families (NSAF) are used to analyze access to care and use of health care services for low-income women.

Three groups of women are examined: those with. Jones, E. Improving Dental Care Access for Low-Income Populations. Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio. This Master's Culminating Experience is brought to you for free and open access by the Master of Public Health Program at CORE Scholar.

It has been accepted for inclusion in Master of Public Health Program Student. The differences in health spending are starker when comparing low-income Medicaid households to those with private insurance.

Compared to low-income households with Medicaid, those in Author: Melissa Majerol. health status, and health care access, we need at least one reliable and valid measure of children’s health status.3 One consistent and available indicator of health status in rela-tion to poverty over time is self-reported health status.

This is the primary health indicator used in. Health Literacy is defined in the Institute of Medicine report, Health Literacy: A Prescription to End Confusion, as "the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions." Health literacy requires a complex group of reading, listening, analytical, and decision-making.

Barriers and Disparities in Health Care NUR/ June 8, Cynthia Holsen R.N. – C.W.H.N.P. Barriers and Disparities in Health Care Everyone should have the opportunity to achieve a healthy life and have comprehensive health care services available to them. The study was designed to the identify barriers low-income parents face when accessing health care for their children and how insurance status affects their reporting of these barriers.

DeVoe found three major barriers: lack of insurance coverage, poor access to services and unaffordable costs. To obtain high-quality care, Americans must first gain entry into the health care system.

Measures of access to care tracked in the QDR include having health insurance, having a usual source of care, encountering difficulties when seeking care, and receiving care as soon as wanted.

Historically, Americans have experienced variable access to care based on race, ethnicity. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Access to and Utilization of Care among Insured Adults 2 Among uninsured adults, Hispanics are less likely than Whites to delay or forgo care and more likely to receive preventive care.

Black uninsured adults also are less likely than White uninsured adults to delay or forgo care due to cost. How practitioners can maintain awareness of multicultural health issues in the aging population: race, ethnicity, language, gender, socio-economic status, physical ability, sexual orientation, education, location of residence and religion/spirituality should be considered.

Resource includes journal articles, books, online resources and information for families. While SNAP provides only a modest benefit, it forms a critical foundation for the health and well-being of America’s children. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) delivers more nutrition assistance to low-income children than any other federal program, making it the nation’s largest child nutrition program.

Behavioral health agencies (BHA) in four selected non-expansion states offered various treatment options for low-income, uninsured adults, focusing care primarily on those with the most serious behavioral health needs. To do so, BHAs in all four selected states established priority populations of those with the most serious behavioral health needs.

through in the percent uninsured. Insurance can lead to improvements in health care access and utilization. Indeed, relative topoor and near-poor adults aged 18–64 in were significantly more likely to have a usual place for medical care, and, within the past 12 months.

Ap -- The U.S. government has introduced a new approach to fight barriers to good health care faced by many minorities. Racial and ethnic minorities are. 15 For example, see N. Ponce, R.D. Hays, and W.E. Cunningham, “Linguistic Disparities in Health Care Access and Health Status among Older Adults,” Journal of General Internal Medic no Cited by:   Health Care Disparities and the LGBT Population addresses a people whose lack of health care access, including mistreatment and refusal of services, are often omitted from discussions about health care and insurance reform.

Research suggests that LGBT people experience worse health outcomes than their heterosexual counterparts.Providing health care to low-income women: a matter of trust Vanessa B Shepparda, Ruth E Zambranab and Ann S O’Malleya Sheppard VB, Zambrana RE and O’Malley AS.

Providing health care to low-income women: a matter of trust. Family Practice ; – Background. Trust is an important indicator of quality in patient–provider Cited by: