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Prevention and Screening Rates among ESI Enrollees are Lower in Rural and Socially Vulnerable Areas, with Smaller Differences in Medication Adherence

Inequities in health care access and outcomes among vulnerable populations are well-documented, as is the fact that where you live affects health outcomes to a similar or even greater extent than your health behaviors. Previous HCCI work shows that employer-sponsored health insurance (ESI) plays an important role in many vulnerable communities. Among the population in the United States with health...

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