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100 1  Swift, Elaine K 
245 10 Guidance for the National Healthcare Disparities Report 
264  1 Washington, D.C. :|bNational Academies Press,|c2002 
264  4 |c©2002 
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505 0  Guidance for the National Healthcare Disparities Report --
       Copyright -- REVIEWERS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- PREFACE -- 
       REFERENCE LIST -- Contents -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY -- GUIDING
       THE NATIONAL HEALTHCARE DISPARITIES REPORT -- CONCLUSION -
       - REFERENCE LIST -- 1 COMMITTEE REPORT -- 1-1. MEASUREMENT
       OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS IN DISPARITIES RESEARCH -- 1-2. 
       MEASUREMENT OF DISPARITIES IN ACCESS TO AND WITHIN THE 
       HEALTH CARE SYSTEM -- 1-3. MEASUREMENT OF DISPARITIES IN 
       HEALTH CARE SERVICES AND QUALITY -- 1-4. MEASUREMENT OF 
       GEOGRAPHIC DISPARITIES IN HEALTH CARE -- 1-5. SUBNATIONAL 
       DATASETS -- 1-6. GENERAL ISSUES -- 1-7. CONCLUSION -- 
       Reference List -- 2 MEASURING THE EFFECTS OF SOCIOECONOMIC
       STATUS ON HEALTH CARE -- 2-1. STUDYING THE EFFECTS OF 
       SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS ON HEALTH -- 2-2. REVIEW OF METHODS 
       USED IN STUDYING THE EFFECTS OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS ON 
       HEALTH -- 2-3. REVIEW OF METHODS USED IN STUDYING 
       DISPARITIES IN HEALTH CARE -- 2-4. METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES 
       IN STUDIES OF HEALTH CARE DISPARITIES -- 2-5. CONCLUSION -
       - Reference List -- 3 MEASURING DISPARITIES IN HEALTH CARE
       QUALITY AND SERVICE UTILIZATION -- 3-1. RACE, ETHNICITY, 
       AND DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH CARE -- Equalities in Health 
       Care Services and Quality -- Disparities in Health Care 
       Services and Quality -- Hyperdisparities in Health Care 
       Services and Quality -- 3-2. CREATING A NATIONAL 
       HEALTHCARE DISPARITIES REPORT -- Data Sources -- Patient 
       Assessments -- Medical/Administrative Record Data Audits -
       - Health Status Outcomes -- Approaches to Reporting -- 3-
       3. CONCLUSION -- Reference List -- 4 MEASURING DISPARITIES
       IN ACCESS TO CARE -- 4-1. SETTING THE CONTEXT -- 4-2. 
       EVOLVING CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS OF ACCESS TO CARE -- 4-3. 
       ACCESS TO CARE AND THE QUALITY FRAMEWORK -- 4-4. 
       CHALLENGES TO EXAMINING DISPARITIES IN ACCESS -- Data and 
       Measurement -- Socioeconomic Position -- Cumulative 
       Effects -- Managed Care 
505 8  Undercounted Populations -- Utilization as a Measure of 
       Access -- 4-5. PRINCIPLES GUIDING MEASUREMENT OF ACCESS IN
       THE NATIONAL HEALTHCARE DISPARITIES REPORT -- 4-6. CORE 
       MEASURES -- Insurance Status -- Proportion of Adults and 
       Children without a Visit and Their Health Status -- 
       Regular Site of Care and Regular Provider -- IOM 
       Indicators -- Measures Related to Birth Outcomes -- 
       Immunization -- Early Detection and Diagnosis of Treatable
       Disease -- Reducing Effects of Chronic Disease: 
       Preventable Hospitalizations for Ambulatory Care Sensitive
       Conditions -- Reducing Morbidity and Pain through Timely 
       Treatment -- 4-7. SUGGESTIONS -- 1. Existing measures -- 
       2. Readily Constructed Measures -- Insurance -- Staying 
       Healthy -- Getting Better -- Living with Illness or 
       Disability -- Coping with the End of Life -- Indicators 
       Relevant to the Entire Continuum of Care -- 3. Other New 
       Measures -- 4. Measures That Need to Be Developed -- 4-8. 
       CHOOSING AMONG POTENTIAL MEASURES -- 4-9. CONCLUSION -- 
       Reference List -- 5 GEOGRAPHY AND DISPARITIES IN HEALTH 
       CARE -- 5-1. GEOGRAPHY -- 5-2. INTERSTATE GEOGRAPHY -- 
       Regions -- Rural-Urban Areas -- Access to Care in Rural 
       Areas -- Race, Ethnicity, and Rurality -- Distance as a 
       Proxy for Rurality -- 5-3. INTRASTATE GEOGRAPHY -- States 
       -- Communities -- Natural Communities and Social Networks 
       -- Identifying the "Healthy Community" -- Local Health 
       Department Jurisdictions -- Primary Care Service Areas -- 
       Hospital Service Areas -- Census and Postal Geography -- 
       Market Areas -- 5-4. TECHNICAL ISSUES -- Data and 
       Localities -- Technical Problems with Community Indicators
       -- Geographic Information Systems as Savior? -- 5-5. 
       CONCLUSION -- Reference List -- APPENDIX I WORKSHOP AGENDA
       -- APPENDIX II PUBLIC TESTIMONY -- APPENDIX III COMMITTEE 
       BIOGRAPHIES 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Health services accessibility -- United States.;Equality -
       - Health aspects -- United States.;Medical policy -- 
       Social aspects -- United States.;Medical care -- Needs 
       assessment -- United States 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Medicine, Institute of 
700 1  Report, Committee on Guidance for Designing a National 
       Healthcare Disparities 
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