Social determinants of health in the outpatient setting played a key role in the disparity, the study finds.
Black pregnant people in Detroit surveyed about barriers and challenges in receiving effective and equitable prenatal care.
Long-term “study of studies” in Latino and non-Latino older adults shows clear hypertension link, but mystery still remains about why dementia risk is higher in those of Hispanic origin.
Study suggests hospital-based maternal deaths are occurring earlier in pregnancy or postpartum – while maternal deaths occurring at the time of delivery are declining in the U.S.
The research is some of the first to show that “patient activation” creates more equitable interactions between patients and physicians.
Study reveals the pervasiveness of the medical devices’ skin-color bias.