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Staffing, capacity, and ambulance diversion in emergency departments: United States, 2003-04.(HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY)
January 30, 2007... "There was an average of 4,500 emergency departments (EDs) operating in the United States during 2003 and 2004. Two-thirds were located in states within the Midwest and South; four out of 10 were located in areas that are not metropolitan. Over one-half of EDs saw fewer than 20,000 cases...
Why did the number of uninsured continue to increase in 2005?(HEALTH CARE POLICY)
January 30, 2007... "On August 29, 2006, the Census Bureau reported that the number of nonelderly uninsured Americans had increased in 2005 by another 1.3 million people-for a total of 46.1 million uninsured. As in previous years, most of the increase in the uninsured was among adults. Of the 1.3 million...
Exploring the public's views on the health care system: a national survey on the issues and options.(HEALTH CARE POLICY)
January 30, 2007... "Opinion polls continue to show that the American public has major concerns about the health care system. Yet a long history of survey research reveals no clear consensus on the merits of specific initiatives to reform the way in which health insurance is provided or financed. In this study...
America's health rankings: a call to action for people and their communities.
January 30, 2007... United Health Foundation, the American Public Health Association, and Partnership for Prevention, December 5, 2006 "Since 1990, the nation's overall health has improved by 18.7%. Since 2000, however, the health of the nation has virtually stagnated. The overall health of America...
The public's health care agenda for the new congress and presidential campaign.(HEALTH CARE POLICY)
January 30, 2007... The Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard School of Public Health, December 2006 "While there is debate in Washington about whether and how to do it, substantial majorities of Democrats (92%), Independents (85%), and Republicans (74%) support allowing the government to negotiate drug...