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Research finding differential racial and ethnic health outcomes highlights the need for more intersectional approaches to clinical research and medicine.
A new collaboration among Boston cancer centers aims to increase minority populations’ access to the latest treatments for more equitable outcomes
A survey of pediatric residency program directors across the country reveals that effective implicit bias training is lacking, but educators don’t have the guidance needed for improvements.
Hospital data confirming the higher burden of disease on patients who face social adversities also uncover possible care strategies.
With systemic shortcomings in addiction medicine training on full display, experts find new ways to share knowledge with those providing care.
Telehealth services are proving to increase engagement and decrease no-shows, critical pieces for containing costs among high-need patients.
An existing service goes full-tilt to root deeper into the community and extend mail-order pharmacy to more patients.
Providing the best feasible care for COVID also brings consequences for clinicians and patients.
In record time, local and state collaboration stands up respite care for stable COVID-positive people who otherwise wouldn't have a safe place to quarantine.