Disparities in quality of healthcare are common:

Black, American Indians or Alaska Natives received worse care than Whites for about 40% of measures.

Asians received worse care than Whites for about 20% of measures.

Hispanics received worse care than non-Hispanic Whites for about 60% of core measures.

Poor people received worse care than high-income people for about 80% of core measures.

Disparities in access are also common, especially among Hispanics and poor people:

Blacks had worse access to care than Whites for one-third of core measures.

Asians and AI/ANs had worse access to care than Whites for 1 of 5 core measures.

Hispanics had worse access to care than non-Hispanic Whites for 5 of 6 core measures.

Poor people had worse access to care than high-income people for all 6 core measures