Economic Disparities and Healthcare

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Anjali Doshi
Taylor Gray


Due to differing conditions across the globe, health outcomes and the quality of healthcare can vary greatly between and within different communities. Differences in health education, infrastructure, cultural beliefs, availability of medicine and even access to healthy food and clean drinking water can lead to different treatments and outcomes of serious healthcare issues. Many of these disparities are closely interwoven with the factor of economic disparities between various regions, communities and healthcare systems.

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economic disparities, healthcare
Letter from the Editor
How to Cite
Doshi, A., & Gray, T. (2015). Economic Disparities and Healthcare. The Columbia University Journal of Global Health, 5(1).