This week on "Podnosis," you'll hear from Jayne Conroy, who is representing Ohio residents against Norfolk Southern Railway. Conroy talks with Fierce's Annie Burky about her ongoing work to assess the public health repercussions of the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
Also under discussion is how to better track social determinants of health. Ashley Perry, chief solutions officer for Socially Determined, talked with Fierce’s Robert King about how data analytics tools can complement screening.
To learn more about topics in this episode:
- CVS, Walmart and Walgreens ordered to pay $650M in Ohio opioid suit, but some providers worry about aftermath
- Lead exposure continues to be a 'silent epidemic' for kids. These 3 states have the most affected areas
- 2023 forecast: Providers embrace start of new requirements on health equity
- Most doctors have patients affected by social drivers but feel ill-equipped to address them, survey finds
- Providers seek more incentives in ACO REACH to target highly underserved areas
- CMS seeks to close gaps in health equity data collection as new measures roll out
Podnosis is produced by senior multimedia producer Teresa Carey and managing editor Querida Anderson. The sound engineer is Caleb Hodgson. The stories are by all our “Fierce” journalists. Like and subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts.