New Study Takes A Look At Health Care Issues In U.S. Cities

June 30, 2008

Families USA has released a new report called America's Health-Care Crisis: Cities on the Front Lines, looking at health care problems in 13 cities across the U.S....Washington (ChattahBox) – Families USA has released a new report called America’s Health-Care Crisis: Cities on the Front Lines, looking at health care problems in 13 cities across the U.S.

Families USA has been a major supporter of bringing health care to all Americans, and began this study by looking at health care problems hitting cities in the U.S.

The Families USA study has revealed that there are still many health care problems in the U.S. which have hit cities. One of the hardest hit in the study was Houston.

Issues include things such as rising health care costs, the number of uninsured citizens, and more.

The cities included in the study were Providence, RI, San Francisco, Seattle, Tuscon, Arizona, Washington, Minneapolis, Newark, New Jersey, Columbus, Ohio, Charleston, South Carolina, Boston, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Houston, Texas, as well as Oakland, California.

The Families USA report stated that an increase in health care costs was hitting all 13 cities.


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