The Disparities Policy Project
The Disparities Policy Project conducts research and policy analysis to provide greater insight and understanding into health care disparities affecting underserved groups and strategies to promote equity in health care. The program addresses a broad range of dimensions of inequity, including, race and ethnicity, language, income, gender, and location.
- Nearly 20 Million Children Live in Immigrant Families that Could Be Affected by Evolving Immigration Policies
- KFF Briefing Examines Progress and Remaining Challenges for the Health Care Systems in Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands Six Months After Hurricanes Irma and Maria
- Hurricane Harvey: The Experiences of Immigrants Living in the Texas Gulf Coast