Public Health Reports
Volume 120, Issue 3
Internet--legislation & jurisprudence; Medical Records Systems, Computerized--legislation & jurisprudence; Public Health Informatics--legislation & jurisprudence; Public Health Practice; Public Policy; Testimony Transcripts
Working in support of the availability of a viable primary care workforce for underserved communities is an important priority for the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Demand for primary care services will continue to increase, especially when considering calls for an overhaul of the national health care system and the increased needs of the many that in recent months have become unemployed and lost insurance benefits. In addition, there are still serious problems with the unequal distribution of health care professionals to rural and inner city urban areas. Many inner-city and rural communities continue to struggle to recruit and retain an adequate number of primary care health professionals to provide high-quality care.
Rosenbaum, S., Burke, T., Benevelli, J., Borzi, P.C., Repash, L. (2005). Legal issues in health information: Implications for public health practice and policy. Public Health Reports, 120(3), 350-352.