Data from use of virtual visits with health providers show disparities in access, use and attitudes before and during the pandemic.
More studies needed, but those with largest financial barrier benefit most, analysis shows, as legal challenge mounted against the Affordable Care Act’s cost-sharing-reduction mandate.
Learning from real-time data from 40 Michigan hospitals reduced wide variation in everything from antibiotic use to clot prevention, and yielded findings that could be used worldwide.
The pandemic has magnified issues of gender equity that permeate medicine. Can it also be the catalyst for real change?
Lessons from this year’s vaccine drive could help future prevention campaigns, says expert.