Patients from more socially vulnerable areas were sicker when they got to hospitals, but did just as well by the time they left – suggesting the importance of early and equal access to care.
Research aims to inform policy and improve equity by showing patients’ out-of-pocket costs for the rest of the screening process for colon, cervical, lung and breast cancer.
Poll finds less than 1 in 3 people over 50 currently use them for any purpose, and only 28% of people with diabetes use them to track blood sugar levels.
From the way it is classified to long-term care options, experts say major changes are needed to address the global issue.
A team examines barriers to the use of a proven strategy to protect the stomachs of patients at high risk for bleeding.
From the implementation of role-play training to virtual sessions with life-size simulations, training for safety during home care visits is a priority more than ever.