Martha J. Bailey

Community Care for All? Health Centers' Impact on Access to Care and Health

Research Project Description

Since 1965, CHCs have delivered primary and preventive health care at free or reduced cost to disadvantaged and uninsured Americans. Over the last decade, federal funding has increased significantly for CHCs. This project will generate nationally representative, shorter- and longer-term estimates of CHCs’ effects on health and economic outcomes and health care utilization by age group and race.

Funding: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (1 R01 HD 070950 01 A1)

Funding Period: 7/24/2012 to 5/31/2018

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