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Having a usual source for medical care is a summary measure of adequate access to primary care.
Postponing or not getting needed medical care due to cost is a measure of the affordability of care that has been monitored by HHS for many years.
The use of electronic health records can reduce paperwork and administrative burdens, reduce medical errors and improve the quality and value of health care.
This measure identifies people who need the help of others to address personal care needs, such as eating, bathing, dressing or getting around inside their home.
Acute respiratory infections, including influenza and pneumonia, are the eighth leading cause of death in the US. The best way to protect against flu is annual vaccination.
Access to health care improves health status and quality of life. Today, however, many more
The cost of health care should be affordable to American families, businesses, and taxpayers. more
Health insurance coverage gives Americans and their health providers protection against the more
Access to health services and the quality of those services are closely linked to supply of more
Health information technology allows health care providers to better manage patient care through more
Innovation, knowledge development, and continuous improvement should be fundamental to the U.S. more
The health system should help Americans live longer, healthier lives. Health risk behaviors are more
Prevention is often the most effective way to improve health and control health care costs. more
Americans' health care should be safe, coordinated, evidence-based, responsive to patient more
Disparities in health care access and outcomes are widespread. This dashboard tracks measures more