The racial minorities were identified to witness the worse results health for various medical conditions. Whether the results were associated with pre-existing conditions or the care quality of the patients or not was clear. For a study, researchers examined the risk relationship between burn and race problems like sepsis and ARDS while the constellation for the usual comorbidities which affected the recovery of the burn like diabetes and hypertension. TriNetX, a federated network of real-world data, was used to identify burn patient cohorts by ICD10 codes for burn injury. The groups were divided by race and balanced in terms of age at index, gender, BMI, and preexisting comorbidities such as diabetes and hypertension. Renal failure, heart disease, sepsis, ARDS, graft complication, pneumonia, ICU admission, respiratory failure, hypertrophic scarring (HTS), and hyperglycemia were among the postburn injuries investigated.We used a statistical technique known as Association Analysis to compare risk outcomes in black vs. white burn patients. Statistical significance was set at p<0.05. The same groups were studied for treatment pathways to compare critical care billing CPT codes for the length of time seen by a physician: Critical Care and Evaluation, first 30-74 minutes, and Critical Care and Evaluation, each additional 30 minutes. The balanced patient cohorts comprised 78,974 patients per cohort. Black patients witnessed a optimistic associative risk ratio (RR) to renal failure (P<0.0001, RR=1.372, 95% CI: 1.314-1.435), cardiovascular disease (P<0.0001, RR=1.115, CI: 1.08-1.15), sepsis (P<0.0071 RR=1.081, CI: 1.021-1.144), and ARDS (P<0.0010, RR=1.287 CI: 1.107-1.496) following burn injury. However, black patients witnessed a negative risk ratio to mortality (P<0.0006, RR=0.935, CI: 0.89-0.982) and pneumonia (P<0.0014, RR=0.937, CI: 0.901-0.975). The risk ratio was not particular for results between black and white burn patients for respiratory failure, HTS, hyperglycemia, and ICU admission. The study of therapy pathways did not show particular variations in Critical Care and Evaluation billing between the two races. Black burn patients were more likely to go through renal failure, cardiovascular disease, sepsis, and ARDS compared with white burn patients despite the constellation for common comorbidities, which were less likely to witness pneumonia and mortality.