Browsing Richard D. Muma by Subject "Indigent populations"
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Demographics and disease profile in an urban public primary care clinic: implications for indigent care, insurance, and health care disparities (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2008-05)Research has been conducted on indigent populations across the United States as well as the health care facilities which treat said populations. Factors such as ethnicity, language barriers, employment, and adequate ...