September 14, 2020

In the News: Sept 8–15

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This week: vulnerable populations face home health barriers; culturally competent robots can improve mental health; and COVID-19 could impede progress in reducing child mortality

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 September 3, 2020

In the News: Sept 1–8

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This week: Innovation connects ICU patients with families; heart attack saliva test in development; and Amazon enters health wearable market.

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 August 28, 2020

In the News: Aug 25–Sept 1

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This week: Seniors in affordable housing get virtual health services; AI addresses health care provider mental health; and hospital at home programs gain interest

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 August 24, 2020

In the News: Aug 18–25

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This week: Text message psychotherapy reduces opioid usage; digital skin cancer tests could reduce referrals; and Uber starts prescription delivery

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 August 17, 2020

In the News: Aug 11–18

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This week: maternal mortality data offer insights into women’s health; survival rates improve with home monitoring; and transitioning from FFS in primary care

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 August 10, 2020

In the News: Aug 4–11

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This week: safety net providers can increase access to medical specialists; Medicare Advantage members get free home delivery; race plays a role in health outcomes.

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 August 3, 2020

In the News: July 28–Aug 4

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This week: start-up digitizes autism care and treatment; primary care is key to women’s health care coordination; and hospitals want forgiveness for Medicare loans

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 July 27, 2020

In the News: July 21–28

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This week: social media content inaccuracies drive health inequity; opioid deaths continue to rise despite prescription decreases; and nursing homes receive $5 billion to fight COVID-19

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 July 13, 2020

In the News: July 7–14

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This week: HHS challenges providers/organizations to combat loneliness; Walmart plans to open more health care supercenters; public health experts face burnout

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