Tens of millions of Americans experience barriers to accessing appropriate health care, and many more face inequitable, lower-quality care that carries a heavy human and economic toll. Inequality in health care affects all Americans, both directly and indirectly, as inadequate health care limits opportunity for those who face health challenges and weakens their ability to participate in the economic and social life of the nation.
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