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Studies show that ex-prisoners often experience more health problems than the general population; unfortunately, these issues follow them upon their release from prison. As such, it is possible re-entry

Background
Studies show that ex-prisoners often experience more health problems than the general population; unfortunately, these issues follow them upon their release from prison. As such, it is possible re-entry rates signal the need for neighborhood-based health care organizations (HCOs). We ask: are incarceration and re-entry rates associated with the availability of HCOs?.
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    • 2015-02-24
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1186/s40352-015-0016-4
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      2194-7899
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    Wallace, D., Eason, J. M., & Lindsey, A. M. (2015). The influence of incarceration and Re-entry on the availability of health care organizations in Arkansas. Health & Justice, 3(1). doi:10.1186/s40352-015-0016-4

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