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The Challenge Of Taking Health Apps Beyond The Well-Heeled
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Digital Health Not Just For Well-Heeled Fitness Fiends

When we hear the phrase digital health, we might think about our Fitbit, the healthy eating app on our smartphone, or maybe a new way to email our doctor. But Fitbits aren't particularly useful if youre homeless, and the nutrition app won't mean ... Washington Post, 1 day ago
'Digital Health' Not Just For Well-Heeled Fitness Fiends California Healthline, 6 days ago
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Doctors call for single-payer health reform, cite need to move beyond the Affordable Care Act

The American Journal of Public Health publishes physicians' call for sweeping single-payer reform with detailed proposal signed by over 2,200 doctors nationwide. Unveiling of proposal coincides with heightened debate on ' Medicare for All' in ...
 Medical News Today1 month ago Physicians come together for single-payer national health insurance reform  News-Medical.Net1 month ago 2000+ Doctors Declare: "It's Time for Single Payer to be Back on the Table"  Common Dreams1 month ago
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U-M study: Number of uninsured hospital patients drops [Detroit Free Press]

June 22The Medicaid expansion in Michigan has resulted in a significant drop in the number of uninsured patients seeking treatment at hospitals, according to a study by University of Michigan researchers that was published in the Journal of the ...
 Pharmacy Choice1 week ago

Free colonoscopy program for uninsured detects cancer at earlier stage and is cost neutral

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Insurance Weekly News CHICAGO (): For uninsured patients who are at a high risk for colorectal cancer (CRC), performing free screening colonoscopies can identify cancer at an earlier stage and appears to be ...
 Pharmacy Choice2 weeks ago Free screening colonoscopies for uninsured, high-risk CRC patients may help in early detection of cancer  News-Medical.Net1 month ago
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South Philadelphia's immigrants have a bridge to better health - and life

AHA News May 26, 2016 Thousands of uninsured Latino and other immigrants in South Philadelphia's low-income neighborhoods go to Puentes de Salud (Bridges to Health) for health care, wellness and hope of a better life. Since 2003, Puentes has ...
 AHA News1 month ago

State Health and Human Services Secretary SPH Convocation Speaker

Alum Marylou Sudders urges graduates: Search for the positive S peaking to the 281 School of Public Health graduates at the school's Convocation Saturday at Agganis Arena, Massachusetts Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders ...
 Boston University1 month ago
California Political Review

Feds to Pay California to Finance FREE MediCaid Health Care for Illegal Aliens

Good news for California taxpayers and bad news for American taxpayers and those that believe laws should be enforced. Obama has agreed to pay California hospitals to take care of the health needs of illegal aliens. The responsibility of the Fed is ...
 California Political Review2 months ago
Oxford Business Group

Tunisian health sector to undergo overhaul

A national priority since independence, Tunisia's health care system has been the focus of continued public investment that has seen an extensive network of public hospitals and health centres established nationwide. In recent years, however, the ...
 Oxford Business Group2 months ago

Washington Healthcare Update - June 27, 2016

Courts Supreme Court Asks Solicitor General to Weigh in on Sandoz v. Amgen On June 20, the Supreme Court asked the solicitor general to weigh in on Sandoz v. Amgen before it decides whether to take up the case. The case could affect how soon ...
 Lexology2 days ago Overnight News Digest: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Edition  Daily Kos2 days ago

For Many In Baltimore's Growing Latino Community, Health Care Is A Challenge

Cecilia Ramirez is worried about her weight and troubling symptoms that hint of diabetes, but she won't seek medical help because she can't afford it. I don't go to the doctor when Im sick — it's too expensive, she said, adding that worries ...
 Washington Post3 days ago
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