Race, insurance status affect ED care for chest pain

09/28/2010 | United Press International

A Boston study found hospitals were less likely to determine that African-American and Hispanic patients with chest pain needed urgent care compared with white patients. The uninsured and Medicaid patients also were less likely to be treated as emergency cases and less likely to get electrocardiograms, cardiac monitoring or cardiac enzyme tests.

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