Topic: Healthcare Disparities
The American Medical Association has hired its first-ever chief health equity officer.
All less-educated adults—across racial, ethnic and geographical lines—have seen worsening health between 1997 and 2017.
Between 2012 and 2015, 1.2 million Medicare patients were treated by providers who committed fraud or abuse—and many were from vulnerable populations.
Doctors worry that a new admissions policy forced on Texas Tech’s medical school by the Trump administration is a step back in physician diversity.
Researchers found a decrease in low birth weight and preterm births among black babies born in Medicaid expansion states.
The Trump administration has released its annual rule governing payments to inpatient providers.
President Donald Trump's proposed federal budget calls for $291 million for the Ending the HIV Epidemic plan in fiscal year 2020.
There is still a race and ethnicity discrepancy when it comes to gaining active status on the transplant list for patients who are highly sensitized.
The gender pay gap narrowed last year, but overall, physician wages—which had been on a steady increase—plateaued for the first time since 2016.
The majority of people who fall into the ACA’s “coverage gap” live in one of four nonexpansion states, according to a new study.