United States-Mexico Border. Diagnosis of Health Services. Volume II. United States
92 75 12433 7
MetadataShow full item record
United States-Mexico Border, Diagnostic of Healthcare Services, Volume II presents data and information in such a way that facilitates comparative analyses of the distribution of health resources, not only within each border state, but also horizontally, from state to state and county to county across the border. This volume describes demographic factors that impact the supply and demand of services, coverage of services, as well as human, financial and infrastructure resources at both the county and state levels. Special care has been taken to present data in a way that allows comparisons with the data contained in Volume I.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Mendoza, Guillermo; Ruíz, Alfonso; Escárzaga, Efraín Flores (Washington, D.C., PAHO, 2002)The first volume, which it is my pleasure to present here, gives data on available healthcare resources in the states, jurisdictions, and sister cities along the U.S.-Mexico border. The data provided facilitate comparative ...
Pan American Health Organization; Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health (NMH) (Washington, D.C., PAHO, 2020-05-05)A bicycle-sharing system, or “bike share,” is a program that distributes and organizes fleets of publicly shared bikes throughout a city or region for users to rent for transportation or recreation. Through single-use fees ...
Liu, Samuel; Li, Meng (2020-11-10)[ABSTRACT]. Objective. To examine the impact of four ambient air pollutants on the COVID-19 mortality rate in the United States of America. Methods. Using publicly accessible data collected by the United States Census ...