Topic: Community Relations
The use of Medicaid funds for social interventions is often left up to the discretion of the state, a new study shows.
Children who live in violent neighborhoods experience more physical and mental health issues than the rest of the population.
Doctors and nurses occupy a unique position to capture unreported incidents and aid in a communal approach toward violence prevention.
The top ingredients for well-being in a community aren't all what you might expect, plus other health news from across the web.
Public pressure has Ascension Wisconsin rethinking its decision to cut nonessential services at St. Joseph Hospital in northern Milwaukee.
Humana executive Maria Hughes talks to FierceHealthcare about the value of having a chief diversity and inclusion officer in the C-suite.
BCBSNC has big plans for what it wants to do with the savings headed its way from the newly lowered corporate tax rate.
Hospital Impact is now FierceHospitals and we want to know: What will it take to make your organization the best-run organization on the planet?
Hospitals are entering into partnerships—including with competitors—to improve community health, according to a new report.
We must reimagine the clinical delivery system—sooner rather than later.