Covid-19Family Caregivers, Routinely Left Off Vaccine Lists, Worry What Would Happen 'If I Get Sick'
Tens of thousands of middle-aged sons and daughters caring for older relatives with serious ailments but too young to qualify...
Covid-19Farmworker Camps to Urban Tent Cities: Tailoring Vaccine Info to Where It's Most Needed
The concerns arising in western North Carolina, a region tucked between Asheville to the east and the Appalachian Mountains to...
Covid-19Community Health Workers, Often Overlooked, Bring Trust to the Pandemic Fight
Public health authorities are relying on community health workers to be a bridge to communities that have been hardest hit...
Clinical CareHigh Social Vulnerability Linked to Adverse Cancer Surgery Outcomes, Study Finds
Many patients from socially vulnerable communities lack essential resources to achieve optimal surgical outcomes, researcher says.
Covid-19Door to Door in Miami's Little Havana to Build Trust in Testing, Vaccination
A number of social and economic reasons make it difficult for some Miamians to get tested or treated, or isolate...
NursingNew FNP Residency Program Targets California's Underserved Population
The pipeline program is specifically designed for community health centers.
StrategyAre Public Health Ads Worth the Price? Not if They're All About Fear
Marketing experts say public health advertising often falls short because it incites people's worst fears rather than providing clear steps...
StrategyAn Urban Hospital on the Brink Vs. the Officials Sworn to Save It
Trinity Health, a national Catholic tax-exempt chain, wants to close Mercy Hospital and Medical Center on Chicago's Near South Side...
InnovationSentara Commits $10 Million to Improve Community Health
Virginia-based health system will issue grants to universities and community organizations support development of a school of public health and...
Clinical CareHow to Build a Comprehensive Social Determinants of Health Initiative
RWJBarnabas Health is set to launch the pilot phase of its Health Beyond the Hospital initiative in January.
Strategy5 Healthcare Leaders Who Focused on Community This Year
Read interviews with notable hospital and health system executives on their strategies to address their communities' needs in 2020.
Covid-19With Few Takers for COVID Vaccine, DC Hospital CEO Takes 'One for the Team'
Anita Jenkins, CEO of Howard University Hospital, got a shot in hopes of inspiring her staff to follow her lead.