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In a hypothetical firm of 10,000 employees, researchers estimated $232,000 of lost wage value annually due to substance use disorder-related absenteeism.
Study finds worse pregnancy outcomes among Black patients are driven by complications of preeclampsia.
Female, Black and Latinx physicians less likely to hold or be promoted to senior academic roles, says study.
New study reaffirms that caregivers want financial service programs that are easy to access and embedded in a trusted institution.
Eliminating stigma around addiction in family attitudes for all treatment options is crucial, study finds.
Recent study validates predictive models for COVID-19 outcomes that incorporate social determinants of health.
Project RED-D helps patients manage depressive symptoms and maintain mental health post-discharge, research says.
BMC Health Equity Accelerator's first area of focus is to address racial and ethnic disparities in pregnancy.
Patients with Opioid Use Disorder Are Routinely Rejected from Post-Acute Care Facilities in the Northeast, Study Finds
New Research from the Grayken Center for Addiction Suggests Ongoing Discrimination Against Patients with OUD, Despite State and Federal Guidelines.
Research indicates that providers and patients often disagree on what defines adequate sedation and comfort during eye surgery.