Issue briefs published by the American Hospital Association (AHA) present a snapshot of current hospital and health system use of health information technology with policy context and considerations.
Blog: Enhancing Accountability in Graduate Medical Education by Calculating the Costs and Revenues of Community-based Primary Care Residency Training
Despite considerable federal investment, graduate medical education (GME) financing is neither transparent for estimating residency training costs nor accountable for effectively producing a physician workforce that matches the nation’s health care needs.
New Book on Social and Structural Determinants of Health, Health Equity, and Systems of Care for Underserved Populations
Essentials of Health Justice, published on April 4 by Jones and Bartlett Learning, examines the social and structural determinants of health, health equity, social justice, health policy, and systems of care for underserved populations.
Insights into the Lawsuit Filed in Response to Medicaid Work Requirements
A recent blog in Health Affairs by Sara Rosenbaum, the Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, provides commentary on the Stewart v Azar lawsuit which challenges the legality of the Trump administration’s approval of Kentucky’s Med
Commentary Calls for Better Diagnosis and Treatment of Perinatal Depression in Latinas and African American Women
In a new commentary in the journal Women’s Health Issues, authors call for more funding to improve diagnosis and treatment of perinatal depression in Latinas and African American women. “Increasing Diagnosis and Treatment of Perinatal Depression in Latinas and African American Women: Addressing Stigma Is Not Enough” notes that rates of diagnosis and treatment for depression during pregnancy and after childbirth are low in Latinas and African American women.