Covid-19Bus Stop by Bus Stop, Denver-Area Officials Microtarget Vaccine Hesitancy
Mobile clinics are part of a new push by Denver-area public health officials to find the neighborhoods where vaccinations lag...
Clinical CareCOVID Renews Interest in Radiation, but Docs Caution Against Pilgrimages to Radon-Filled Mines
Clinical CareWomen Say California Insurer Makes It Too Hard to Get Drug for Postpartum Depression
However, California's new law has been hailed by advocates as a national model for mental health reform.
TelehealthStakeholders Urge Congress to Avert 'Telehealth Cliff'
Virtual care advocates note that telehealth demonstrated its value as a care option for seniors during the pandemic, when in-person...
Clinical CareHow a Doctor Breaks Norms to Treat Refugees and Recent Immigrants
Mango House provides food and clothing assistance, after-school programs, English classes, legal help ? and even a Boy Scout troop.
TelehealthThe Pandemic Made Telemedicine an Instant Hit. Patients and Providers Feel the Growing Pains.
Video services were not equally prepared for the titanic influx in users.
PayerContraception Is Free to Women, Except When It's Not
Despite the ACA's guarantees of free contraception coverage, even for women whose health plans are subject to the law's requirements,...
TelehealthLatinos Embraced Remote Mental Health Visits Amid Pandemic
By greatly boosting the numbers of people using telehealth, COVID-19 may have jumpstarted broader adoption of telehealth for mental health...
TelehealthWolters Kluwer Launches Remote Patient Education Platform
The new platform provides patients with hundreds of videos and more than 8,000 leaflets in 20 languages and at a...
Clinical CareWith a Diagnosis at Last, Black Women with ADHD Start Healing
The longer girls with ADHD aren't diagnosed and treated, the more their problems are likely to worsen as they grow...
StrategySen. Wyden: $3.5T Budget May Have to Trim but It Can Set a Path to 'Ambitious Goals'
Healthcare will account for a large proportion of the cost.
PayerCalifornia Makes It Easier for Low-Income Residents to Get and Keep Free Health Coverage
A provision in California's newly approved state budget will eliminate the asset test for the 2 million Californians enrolled in...