Health Services in the U.S.A
Healthcare services are prerequisite to each and every individual but some receive few or no services. In this case, those who receive few or no services belong to a population that is discriminated in terms of racial, ethnic, geographical and socio-economic grounds. Importantly, in America socioeconomic is a measure of healthcare services access; where the poor do not receive adequate healthcare services. It should be noted that, the rich are able to get access to whatever healthcare services they require as they have resources and money. On the other hand, a population that receives a disproportionate share in healthcare services is the group of people that is provided with low quality healthcare services. On this basis, African Americans are prone to low quality care access as a result of racial differences (Barton, 2010).