Would People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Benefit from Being Designated “Underserved”?

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American Medical Association

In this article, the author points out that although certain regions may have sufficient clinicians per square mile, people in various demographic groups (e.g., based on income level or other factors) may still not be able to access necessary services; recognizing such demographic groups as medically underserved populations could help acknowledge this problem.

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