Study links location to quality of care for blacks

A study in the New England Journal of Medicine found many black Americans get their health care from a different system than most white Americans, but that the difference has more to do with geography than any racial bias. The study found medical professionals treating blacks were more likely to have less training and less access to clinical resources than those treating white patients, and often had trouble referring their patients to specialists.

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