In 2010 The UNO Center for Organizational Research and Evaluation (CORE) completed a comprehensive study of the problems and unmet healthcare needs of Native American populations (approximately 3,700 persons) in Nebraska’s Douglas and Lancaster counties for the Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition (NUIHC). The major findings of this analysis are in the four study areas: 1) healthcare insurance coverage, 2) healthcare services and usage, 3) satisfaction with services and 4) perceptions of personal and community health; and are as follows:
(CPAR), UNO Center for Public Affairs Research, "Unmet healthcare Needs of Native American Populations
in Douglas and Lancaster Counties" (2011). Publications since 2000. 99.