This brief analyzes critical preventive health services & care access measures among older Americans from PRC’s National Health Survey.
Race & ethnicity are risk markers for other underlying conditions impacting health, such as housing, education, and other social determinants.
PRC’s National Health Survey finds 13.8% of American adults are diabetic, and 9.7% who are prediabetic or are “borderline” diabetic.
PRC’s National Health Survey addresses mental health through various measures relating to depression, stress, and help-seeking behaviors.
Healthcare systems face the daunting work of caring for our oldest adults, a majority of whom experience multiple concurrent diseases or conditions, including chronic pain.