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  • Key Data on Health and Health Care, by Race and Ethnicity

    Racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care remain a persistent challenge in the U.S. Our updated resource examines how people of color fare compared to White people across 64 measures of health, health care, and social determinants of health.

  • Community Partners to Offer Free HIV, STD Testing on June 27

    Walgreens and KFF’s Greater Than HIV are teaming up with health departments and community organizations to offer free rapid HIV, syphilis and/or hepatitis C testing in more than 550 Walgreens stores on June 27 in the largest coordinated National HIV Testing Day event.

    This is the 14th year of the partnership.

  • Health Wonk Shop: Site-Neutral Payments

    What are ‘site-neutral payments’ and why have they become an issue for policymakers and private payers like insurers and employers? Join us on June 17 at noon ET for a discussion about proposals for site-neutral payments under Medicare and their potential impact.

  • Beyond the Data by Drew Altman

    In his regular Beyond the Data columns, CEO Drew Altman discusses what the data, polls, and journalism produced by KFF mean for policy and for people. 

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