In 2002, The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati contracted with the Center for Health Services Research and Policy at The George Washington University to conduct a study of the Health Foundation's service area, looking specifically at issues related to access to healthcare for uninsured and underserved residents. This report provides information on the health and socioeconomic status of the population and the status of safety net providers in the region and identifies gaps in care that currently exist or are likely to surface in the near future. It also highlights areas that may be particularly sensitive to economic, political, or socioeconomic change in the near term.
Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati. (2003). Access to care for the uninsured and underserved: An assessment of the 20-county service area of the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati. Cincinnati, OH: Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati.