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Statements are not enough.  Health equity needs action, say health sector leaders

Statements are not enough. Health equity needs action, say health sector leaders

Ask any healthcare organization what their top priority is today and many will say healthcare equity. But when it comes to creating real change, lip service isn’t going to cut it, said one executive. “It’s a virtue signal,” said Sachin Jain, CEO of SCAN Health Plan, in a recent interview. “It’s fashionable to say that …

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Memora Health, Mayo Clinic’s digital pilot program to improve postpartum care

The early postpartum period is a critical time. While the period has a huge impact on the health of mothers and babies, health care workers pay less attention compared to the prenatal period and childbirth. On Thursday, Mayo Clinic announced that it was team up with the San Francisco-based digital healthcare platform Health Memorandum to …

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Building Wealth and Health: Within Kaiser’s Credit Building Program

Kaiser Permanente it’s a couple of months into a one-of-a-kind community program that focuses on helping Americans build their credit. In examining the different social barriers to health, Kaiser realized that it was necessary to address the factors that negatively affect Americans’ financial mobility, according to Stephanie Ledesma, vice president of the national health system …

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Future-proof the health of rehabilitation therapy with hybrid care

The pandemic ushered in the dawn of the hyperconnected consumer in nearly every industry, including healthcare. Pre-pandemic data shows that most patient care was provided in person, with telemedicine accounting for less than 10% of all visits. This was mainly due to three reasons: 1) the payment systems and processes did not support virtual assistance; …

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Stop Medicare cuts and preserve access to home health services

The Covid-19 pandemic has put the US healthcare system to the test like never before, especially the segment of the industry that cares for the elderly and people with disabilities. Faced with a massive disruption to the status quo, providers have had to quickly move to new models of care, such as hospital-at-home programs, which …

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Stop Medicare cuts and preserve access to home health services

The Covid-19 pandemic has put the US healthcare system to the test like never before, especially the segment of the industry that cares for the elderly and people with disabilities. Faced with a massive disruption to the status quo, providers have had to quickly move to new models of care, such as hospital-at-home programs, which …

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Stop Medicare cuts and preserve access to home health services

The Covid-19 pandemic has put the US healthcare system to the test like never before, especially the segment of the industry that cares for the elderly and people with disabilities. Faced with a massive disruption to the status quo, providers have had to quickly move to new models of care, such as hospital-at-home programs, which …

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HLTH 2022 sponsors reflect a dynamic mix of healthcare technology and services across the healthcare ecosystem

This article is part of an HLTH sponsored series that highlights topics that will be discussed at HLTH conference November 13-16 in Las Vegas. This is a change at the HLTH conference with this year’s open plan format. One of the benefits of this new layout is that there are more opportunities to locate exhibitors. …

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Pediatric Mental Health Startup Launches With $ 26 Million And Vows To Climb Mass General’s Proven Care Model

Left to right: InStride co-founders John Voith, Dr. Mona Potter, Jamie McEleney and Dr. Kathryn Boger Many families with children suffering from anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder feel they have nowhere to turn for effective care. A new startup co-founded by Mass General Brigham doctors aim to address this problem. Last year, four co-founders joined together …

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Pediatric Mental Health Startup Launches With $ 26 Million And Vows To Climb Mass General’s Proven Care Model

Left to right: InStride co-founders John Voith, Dr. Mona Potter, Jamie McEleney and Dr. Kathryn Boger Many families with children suffering from anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder feel they have nowhere to turn for effective care. A new startup co-founded by Mass General Brigham doctors aim to address this problem. Last year, four co-founders joined together …

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