• Access to Care

    In the United States, extraordinary health care resources are available to some people, but others have inadequate access to high quality care. The Affordable Care Act has the potential to dramatically increase access to health care in the United States, depending on whether millions of previously uninsured people can obtain health insurance and then use that insurance to gain access to care. The Robert Graham Center for Policy Studies in Family Medicine and Primary Care supports improvement in access to care through resources and tools that assess the supply of and need for primary care physicians and health centers throughout the United States.

    UDS Mapper

    The UDS Mapper shows which neighborhoods and regions in the United States have the greatest need for primary care physicians and health centers.

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