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Lakshman Swamy 59m
This is an extreme take but it reminds me of so many of our lifestyle interventions that end up making the healthy healthier and the rich richer... And not doing either for the sick and poor
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André Picard 6m
Commissioners of inquiry find over 100 systemic causes for violence against women, by via
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Dwana Calhoun, MS 8h
Excerpt from in Low-Resource Areas: Cancer Prevention and Early Detection: Workshop Summary Cancer services maybe inaccessible due to lack of health insurance coverage & inadequate income to cover healthcare costs
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Intersection Podcast Dec 15
In the world of & social determinants of health, having the world’s first 100% solar-powered, mobile health clinic is a game changer when improving healthcare access! Latest episode w/ 's Dr. Paula Watt!
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Laudan Aron 4h
Important read from ⁦⁩: “Amidst the loud, revving engines of medicalization, we need to remain steadfastly focused on... the key institutions, social systems and public policies that are the fundamental drivers of health inequities.”
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Mya Roberson, MSPH 10h
Replying to @Miles_Ott
Using fewer deficit oriented examples such as "Black people have 2x xyz mortality" "People with less education have 3x the prevalence of this harmful behavior" Since most people don't have sufficient training in such examples without proper context reinforce implicit bias
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VBP Forward 15h
Our agenda is coming together for the inaugural conference in on Feb 20 and 21. Check it out here including the latest additions from the NYS Redesign team and the NYS Bureau for . Register now!
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Equity & Health Dec 14
The Medicalization of Population Health: Who Will Stay Upstream
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TAVHealth Dec 13
TAVHealth has partnered with to bring scalable solutions. Combining our safe-sharing community networks with their care coordination technology allows health organizations to improve outcomes liken never before. Read more here:
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InquisitHealth Dec 15
RT : Today we published our report showing that children with learning disabilities have life expectancies that are 15-20 yrs shorter than the average. Much of this due to
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Manas Kaushik Dec 12
Hospital visiting regulations: limit to two visitors and visitors should limit their visits to avoid tiring. Before hospitals try to address , can they agree to more patient and family friendly regulations.
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Patchwise Labs 14h
In ‘game-changer,’ Hawaii given approval to use dollars to help chronically homeless
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Uriel Castañeda, MD, FAAP Dec 11
Now officially an Adjunct Instructor in Pediatrics w/ . Having a lot of fun working with these bright students on topics related to . I learn so much from them and they make me a better clinician!
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Stewards of Change Institute Dec 14
5 ways CMS can better address social determinants of health in Medicaid | Fierce Healthcare
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Aligning for Health Dec 13
"How do we find the right individuals at the right time and deliver the 'social treatments' in a way that will have a lasting impact?" New blog by 's Anita Cattrell on the use of data to effectively address :
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Adrienne Rupp 22h
According to a 2015 report from the National Conference of State Legislatures, an estimated 3.6 million Americans forgo medical care because they lack transportation.
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Mike Dec 12
It's way past time for health care professionals, academics, and public policy makers to demand an end to this farce called food banks. Yet our public broadcaster gets away with promoting it. These numbers can't have been verified by anyone
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transformhc 20h
Experts agree, if you really want to improve health outcomes, you must focus on inequity via says ⁦⁩ to hospitals: focus more on health, less on reimbursement ⁦
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Lumeris Dec 12
ICYMI: 10 pivotal shared assumptions for , including the need to coordinate efforts between healthcare providers and community-based pros |
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HEACS Dec 12
Excellent presentation by , Deputy Director Office of Women’s Health & Family Services on “Impacting Health Equity Through Government” - how healthcare providers can partner with the govt to address , advocate for patients & advance health equity
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