Geography affects health care quality

07/2/2008 | MSNBC

Research shows that geography affects health care quality, especially in areas of prevention, diagnosis and ongoing treatment. For example, data show Western states neglect some facets of prevention, have higher rates of surgery for prostate cancer and provide better end-of-life care than other areas of the country.

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