Topic: Social Determinants of Health
Kaiser Permanente is joining forces with the mayors of some of the country's largest cities to combat homelessness and housing insecurity.
Most physicians believe that social determinants matter to their patients’ health, but it’s not up to them to address those factors.
Congress needs to end a longtime cap on funds choking the number of medical residencies, plus more physician practice news from around the web.
Significant health disparities exist between states, according to a new study, highlighting the need for policies that emphasize preventative health.
MA plans have been touted as a way to give more control to seniors, but non-minorities may be reaping most of the benefits.
Geisinger Health System has focused on getting diabetic patients to eat healthier as part of its population health management efforts.
Tailored meal delivery can save nearly $600 in monthly healthcare costs per beneficiary, according to a new study in Health Affairs.
How Baylor Scott & White sliced emergency department overuse with the help of a local rec center.
A new population health fellowship launched by Presbyterian Healthcare Services embeds doctors part-time into community initiatives.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association has launched a new initiative that targets the "ZIP code effect."