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Figure 1. Percent of non-elderly and elderly population with ambulatory care expense by urban-rural location, 2004-2006

Update of content in MEPS Chartbook No. 13. This chartbook examines the differences in health care access, use, and expenses between urban and rural areas.

 

Figure 1: This bar chart shows the percent of people with ambulatory care expenses for the years 2004 to 2006, comparing those under age 65 to those age 65 and over. Each age group is further subdivided by urban-rural categories: Metro, Near-metro, Near-rural, and Rural.

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Internet Citation: Figure 1. Percent of non-elderly and elderly population with ambulatory care expense by urban-rural location, 2004-2006. April 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://archive.ahrq.gov/policymakers/health-initiatives/meps/chbk13fig1.html

 

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