U.S. adults that had select income-related health access issues in 2016

Percentage of U.S. adults in Alabama and Pennsylvania that had income-related health disparities as of 2016

by Matej Mikulic, last edited Sep 2, 2019
U.S. adults that had select income-related health access issues in 2016 This statistic depicts the percentage of U.S. adults in Alabama and Pennsylvania that had select difficulties in accessing healthcare as of 2016, by income level. According to the data, 33 percent of adults in Alabama with an income level less than 200 percent of the federal poverty line skipped care because of cost. Comparatively, among adults in the same income group in Pennsylvania, just 17 percent skipped care because of cost.
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Percentage of U.S. adults in Alabama and Pennsylvania that had income-related health disparities as of 2016

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