Descriptive Analysis of Health Care Coverage and Concerns in Western Wisconsin.
Jamelske, Eric M.
Taft, Lois B.
Johs-Artisensi, Jennifer L.
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In the summer of 2007 surveys were conducted among a convenient sample of 223 Western Wisconsin residents. Sixty-eight percent of respondents felt that Wisconsin health care has at least major majors and 2.7% said there were no problems. This and other concerns translate into a desire for reform with over 90% of responsdents saying that it is extremely important for Wisconsin to make health care more affordable for all residents.
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Color poster with text and graphs describing research conducted by Kathy German, Ian Hansen, McKenzie Johnson, and Carleigh Nelson, advised by Eric M. Jamelske, Jennifer L. Johs-Artisensi, and Lois B. Taft.