Working to improve the lives
of Hispanic older adults,
their families, and caregivers.
Promote | Educate | Advocate | Take Action
972true thumbnails bottomleft 350true true 800none
  • 5000 fade false 60 bottom 30 http://www.nhcoa.org/priorities/
    Slide1 
  • 5000 slideleft false 60 bottom 30 /vacunemonos/
    Slide2 
  • 5000 slideright false 60 bottom 30 http://www.nhcoa.org/salud-y-bienestar-program/
    Slide3 
  • 5000 random false 60 bottom 30 http://programs.nhcoa.org/
    Slide4 
  • 5000 slideright false 60 bottom 30 http://www.nhcoa.org/actagainstaids/
    Slide5 
  • 5000 slidebottom false 60 bottom 30 http://www.nhcoa.org/priorities-2/leadership-development-empowerment/
    Slide6 
 
 
 
 
 
 

NHCOA Priorities / See All

Take Action / See All

Events / See All

NHCOA Blog / See All

5 Things You Should Know Before This Week's Capitol Hill Briefing on Health Care Access

This Thursday, December 13, NHCOA will host a Capitol Hill briefing to discuss access to health care among Hispanic older adults. Here are five things you should know: National data shows that Hispanics are less likely to report receiving regular checkups and don’t have a regular source of care. High rates of poverty among Latino seniors forces tough decisions like choosing between buying groceries or paying for prescriptions. Hispanic older adults are underserved my Medicare, including Part D. The lack of access to regular care increases the risk of developing a chronic condition. Chronic conditions are already impacting Hispanic older adults at higher rates:Read More
Google+