2020 Census Could Lead to Worst Undercount of Black/Latinx People in 30 Years
If census data is one of the critical data sets to determine medically-underserved areas and populations (MUAs/MUPs), support the Bureau of Primary Health Care’s sanctions for New Access Points, and also determines public resource allocation (Medicaid, Medicare, SNAP, and WIC), then what would the long-term implications be for health care, safety net health systems, and Federally Qualified Health Centers?
Link to article below from the Urban Institute:
“2020 Census: Who’s At Risk of Being Miscounted?” https://urbn.is/2020census
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