New study and report show the impact of Michigan’s safety-net health coverage, and could inform states that are now considering or preparing for expansion.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
With the coronavirus risk, many therapy sessions have moved online to video calls.
Parents in Michigan, Ohio and Illinois varied in their support for risk-reduction measures like random COVID-19 testing and face mask requirements.
The mental health toll of caring for COVID-19 patients will need long-lasting attention, as it adds to already demanding professions.
A University of Michigan Medical School student shares in-depth advice for applicants, ranging from the MCAT and prereqs to how they can highlight unique life experiences and career journeys.
Patients’ Social Factors Matter When Judging Hospitals, but New Study Suggests a Need to Measure Them Differently
Study using two databases suggests need for new measures in surgical readmission risk adjustment.