The pandemic's negative impact on the mental health of millions of people has renewed discussions around why the nation's behavioral healthcare system has been inadequate to meet the level demand for care.
Federally qualified health centers have found pop-up vaccine clinics to be incredibly effective and efficient in their efforts to reach minority populations.
Many health systems have tested clinics in retail settings to expand their reach. But results have been mixed as providers experiment with staffing, service offerings and IT connectivity.
Often overshadowed by the metropolis to its northeast, Peoria outshines Chicago and much of Illinois when it comes to coronavirus vaccinations.
UPMC is piloting a new care process before transferring patients at high risk for mortality to higher levels of care, aided by a machine-learning tool developed in-house.
Hospitals from Baltimore to San Francisco are enrolling asthma patients in digital health programs to improve medication adherence and cut down on emergency department visits.
The Louisville, Ky.-based insurer will immediately roll out DispatchHealth's services to enrollees in Denver and Tacoma, Wash., with plans to expand to cities in Arizona, Nevada and Texas later this year.
As patients turn to local health systems for information on COVID-19 vaccination, providers are using to technology to help manage the barrage of questions.
Cardiologists at a West Virginia medical center early last year began prescribing patients a small, chest-worn sensor to track their heart rhythm and help inform diagnoses.
AMGA developed a care model focused on obesity care management after finding more than 65% of members weren’t addressing it in their practices.
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