Institute's Hoosier Health study highlighted in media outlets
January 24, 2016
The Institute recently released a study that found access to health care in Indiana is different for Hoosiers, depending on where they live. Those living in suburban and midsized communities have better access to health outcomes than those living in urban and rural areas, according to the study. Senior Policy Analyst Sue Burow
authored the report. WFYI interviewed Burow
on the study's findings, emphasizing access to health care in the state is about "location, location, location."
The Hoosier Health and Access to Care
study is part of the Institute's Thriving Communities, Thriving State
project, a two-year effort that examines the various issues affecting midsized, urban and rural/small town communities.
Read Hoosier Health and Access to Care
Read Study Finds Access to Health Care in Indiana Is About Location, Location, Location
(WFYI)Indiana University highlights
Hoosier Health report (IU in the News)
Read New Study Says Location Plays Factor in Hoosier Access to Health Care