2021 study shows less access to telehealth and worse reported experiences with video visits

Differences in methods were seen by sex, age, and race and ethnicity

Increased risk seen for atrial fibrillation, cerebrovascular disease, among others

Patients in the program who obtained new housing reported mental and physical health benefits

No differences in availability seen based on diagnosis of patient-level characteristics

This year's report looked at women's health for the first time and also found pronounced disparities by state in access to prenatal care

Estimated economic burden of racial and ethnic health inequities $421 or $451 billion using MEPS and BRFSS data

Negative association seen between total human resources for health level and all-cause mortality

Additionally, chronic disease prevalence higher in the incarcerated population

DACA participants have not had the opportunity to obtain health insurance as they do not meet the definition of having 'lawful presence' in the United States