Beyond “To Close Or Not To Close” Rural Hospitals

There’s not only a health gap widening between urban and rural areas, but also a growing gap between the way systems of health work in different areas of the country.

from Health Affairs Blog

About 60 million Americans live in rural areas. And almost every health statistic shows they’re falling behind their fellow Americans who live in urban areas. Rural residents are less likely to have health insurance coverage through a job, have lower incomes, and have higher rates of death from heart disease and stroke.

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