Geographic Variation in the Structure of Kentucky’s Population Health Systems

Rachel Hogg-Graham, Angela Carman, Glen P. Mays & Pierre Martin Dominique Zephyr
Introduction: Research examining geographic variation in the structure of population health systems is continuing to emerge, and most of the evidence that currently exists divides systems by urban and rural designation. Very little is understood about how being rural and Appalachian impacts population health system structure and strength. Purpose: This study examines geographic differences in key characteristics of population health systems in urban, rural non-Appalachian, and rural Appalachian regions of Kentucky. Methods: Data from a...

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  • 2020

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  • University of Colorado Denver
  • University of Kentucky