The Elimination of Gender Disparity, Racial Disparity and Ethnic Disparity in Healthcare: The Utilization of Healthcare Jurisprudence Jurisdictions

To achieve Universal Healthcare-Equitable Healthcare in the United States (US) we will have to develop healthcare jurisprudence jurisdictions similar to the 13 Federal Judicial Jurisdictions that exist in law.

Affording equitable healthcare via Telemedicine, so that Universal Healthcare can exist, will allow for easily accessible, and extremely affordable National Healthcare in the US.

Thus each healthcare jurisprudence jurisdiction will mimic-follow the 13 federal judicial circuit branches-apellate courts-Court of Appeals of the US geographically, which have their early beginnings in the original 13 colonies of the US. These include 12 intermediate appellate courts whose jurisdictions are geographically allocated, and the 13th circuit appellate court which is the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, whose jurisdiction is subject focused and national.

The First Circuit comprises of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusets, Rhode Island and Puerto Rico.

The Second Circuit is comprised of Vermont, Connecticut and New York.

The Third Circuit is comprised of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and the Virgin Islands.

The Fourth Circuit is comprised Maryland, West Virginia, Virgina, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

The Fifth Circuit is comprised Mississipi, Louisana and Texas.

The Sixth Circuit comprises of Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennesee.

The Seventh Circuit consists of Indiana, Illinois and Wisconcin.

The Eight Circuit consists of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

The Ninth Circuit consists of California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Hawaii and specific Pacific Islands.

The Tenth Circuit consists of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Kansas.

The Eleventh Circuit consists of Georgia, Florida and Alabama.

The Twelve Circuit consists of The District of Columbia Circuit for Washington D.C.

Thus, any healthcare jurisprudence jurisdiction with more than 4 geographical states should require physician state license in 2 of those states to allow care in that specific healthcare jurisprudence jurisdiction. Otherwise, only 1 physician state license should be required to cover a 4 state healthcare jurisprudence jurisdiction. This is the pathway to Equitable Healthcare in the United States with subsequent elimination of gender disparity, ethnic and racial disparity in Medicine, secondary to increased access and affordability to black, brown and indigenous physicians-clinicians, as well as, academic physicians-clinicians nationally.

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