Topic: Social Determinants of Health
At AHIP's National Conference on Medicare, speakers explained why Medicare Plan Finder and star ratings don't give seniors the info they need.
Healthcare can't afford social determinants of health to become another quickly abandoned healthcare fad.
High-deductible employer plans are contributing to the financial burden for low-income patients, plus more physician practice news.
Medicare-for-all isn't likely, but Medicaid-for-all is within reach—with all of the same public health and healthcare advantages.
Medical-legal partnerships, where lawyers work with providers to help vulnerable communities, could be the ultimate public health alliance.
State laws that address everything from the provider-patient relationship to broadband availability can affect telehealth's availability.
A report from U.S. News & World Report and Aetna explores how geographic factors affect patients' health status, plus more healthcare news.
Humana is backing a new University of Houston medical school that plans to build its curriculum around population health.
Medicare costs and well-being don’t just happen on the individual level: They also happen on the community level.
Physicians can use health data to identify and help patients at risk for opioid abuse and in need of pain relief. Here are five steps to take.