Clinical CareThe Exec: How to Promote Population Health
To promote population health, healthcare organizations need to serve their population as a whole, a top Sentara Health executive says.
InnovationNYC Program Helping Expectant Mothers Gets $2M to Expand Reach
The grant from the Helmsley Charitable Trust will help NYC Health + Hospitals' innovative HoPE program expand its reach to...
InnovationAtrium Health Expands Virtual Care Footprint Into a Housing Complex
In an effort to address social drivers of health that hinder healthcare access, the North Carolina-based health system is locating...
Clinical CareTotal Health Launches Nonprofit to Tackle Cancer Disparities
The Cancer Equity Project will initially focus on three initiatives.
PayerNew NCQA Race and Ethnicity Network One of Many Efforts to Improve Health Equity Data
From accrediting organizations to payers, stakeholders seek often-illusive intel on healthcare's most vulnerable populations.
Clinical CareHow to Embrace Culturally Competent Care
Cultural competence has been embedded in One Medical, a primary care provider based in San Francisco.
Clinical CareRacial Maternal Health Disparity: 'We Need to Address Racism in All Forms'
The maternal mortality rate for Black women is nearly three times higher than the maternal mortality rate for White women,...
NursingHow Nurses Can Help Curb High Maternal Mortality Rates in Black Women
Battling racism is the Rx for safer and healthier moms and babies, educator says.
TelehealthRAND Study Finds Continuing Value in Audio-Only Telehealth Services
The study found that California FQHCs were still conducting 20% of primary care visits and 40% of behavioral care visits...
Post-AcuteBeing 'Socially Frail' Comes With Health Risks for Older Adults
People who are physically frail have less physiological strength and a reduced biological ability to bounce back from illness or...
InnovationHow to Use New Technology to Make a Meaningful Connection
With the nation's maternal mortality rate rising, hospitals are turning to text messages to make a connection with at-risk mothers.
Clinical CareThe US Remains a Grim Leader in Preterm Births. Why? And Can We Fix It?
Since SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade, many maternal-fetal specialists worry that the incidence of premature birth will soar.