United States-Mexico Border. Diagnosis of Health Services. Volume II. United States
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AbstractUnited States-Mexico Border, Diagnostic of Healthcare Services, Volume II presents data and information in such a way that facilitates comparative analyses of the distribution of health resources, not only within each border state, but also horizontally, from state to state and county to county across the border. This volume describes demographic factors that impact the supply and demand of services, coverage of services, as well as human, financial and infrastructure resources at both the county and state levels. Special care has been taken to present data in a way that allows comparisons with the data contained in Volume I.
Pan American Health Organization, Mendoza, Guillermo, Ruíz, Alfonso & Escárzaga, Efraín Flores. (2002). United States-Mexico Border. Diagnosis of Health Services. Volume II. United States. PAHO. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/279153
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