SPOTLIGHT: Health disparities cost almost $24B per year

Excess rates of preventable diseases among some minority groups don't just impose human costs, they're also very expensive to treat, according to a new study by the Urban Institute. In fact, conditions like diabetes, hypertension and stroke among African Americans and Latinos should cost the healthcare system $23.9 billion this year alone, the Institute found. Article

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