This research brief studies the potential impact of national health reform on the more than 96 million residents of America’s urban and rural medically underserved communities. The researchers estimate that 72 percent of medically underserved community residents are insured; yet residents of these communities experience ongoing barriers to adequate health care The brief identifies a series of safeguards and investments essential to long term quality and efficiency improvements in underserved communities.

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