August 2, 2023
Inequities and SDOH | Tea Leaves
  • According to survey results collected in a new study from Urban Institute, black parents and their children are at greater risk of experiencing unfair treatment in health care settings than those of other races and ethnicities. The study, which used national data from the June 2022 round of the Urban Institute Health Reform Monitoring Survey, found more than 1 in 5 Black parents reported they were treated or judged unfairly in health care settings in the past year, compared to about 1 in 8 parents overall. The survey reached more than 9,490 adults, including nearly 3,000 parents of children under the age of 19. (Article here)