Topic: Healthcare Disparities
Addressing the social determinants of health will require providers to get at the “causes of the causes,” according to Don Berwick.
More providers should drill down on using telemedicine for oral health care, according to a new study.
Telehealth is a viable way for providers to cut down on unneeded in-person visits, but whether the benefits extend in the long term is in question.
Ride-hailing company Uber’s healthcare platform is less than a year old, and it’s seeking supporters within the industry to help it expand its reach.
The Golden State has made notable progress reducing racial disparities in coverage, but even one poor policy decision could send it back to square one.
Cost and access remain significant barriers to mental health treatment, according to a new survey.
Pay transparency in the workplace is the best strategy for closing the gender pay gap that persists among physicians, doctors say.
A report from U.S. News & World Report and Aetna explores how geographic factors affect patients' health status, plus more healthcare news.
The National Quality Forum has released a set of quality measures it says will put rural providers “on a pathway” to improvement.
LGBT patients can easily fall through the cracks, and the VA has built several programs aimed at bringing these veterans into its health system.