New analysis of Medicare data shows substitution rather than increased utilization, and suggests policymakers should focus on increasing rural access.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Resident stories: Challenges and lessons learned caring for diverse, vulnerable populations in the ER
In-depth interviews with emergency department residents found not enough emphasis was placed on understanding and caring for diverse populations.
Here's how, according to several experts.
Medicaid expansion closed health gaps for low-income adults across racial and ethnic groups, study shows
Michigan data show improvements in access to care and overall health, and could inform non-expansion states.
It’s hard to heal in your hospital bed if you’re concerned about your pets at home.
Two new studies show potential out-of-pocket costs for tests in patients after initial screening for lung and cervical cancer.