Topic: Healthcare Disparities
A proposed rule that would remove anti-discrimination protections, including those for LGBTQ individuals, generated more than 155,000 comments.
Are Trump’s top Medicaid regulators ignoring major problems? An insurance giant’s tense meeting with a senator adds to the growing concern.
Families who are covered through TRICARE report worse access to healthcare than people with private plans—and the uninsured, a new study shows.
New York City has kicked off an initiative that aims to connect the city’s 600,000 uninsured residents with care.
A new study finds merely providing access to technology has not helped to close the digital divide for African American and older patients.
State-by-state variations in cancer deaths suggest that effective cancer prevention and treatment could yield economic benefits.
Medicaid expansion may have significantly reduced racial disparities in access to earlier ovarian cancer treatment, according to a new study.
The people targeted by Medicaid work requirements are also those likely to struggle with barriers to employment, according to a new report.
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.