December’s issue of Health Affairs features 11 articles by AcademyHealth members on the theme of telehealth.
Another record-breaking year at the Science of D&I Conference.
This report highlights the importance of investing in the well-being of children and families and makes three recommendations for payment approaches to support the promoting of positive social and emotional determinants of health and the mitigation of Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Poor Community Health and Employee Mental Stress Linked to Poor Job Performance at US Manufacturing Plants
Employees living in counties with poor community health outcomes had considerably higher rates of absenteeism and tardiness.
AcademyHealth is a partner organization of Clinical Scholars, a leadership development program for practitioners from diverse fields of health care. The program features two teams working innovatively to tackle oral health challenges in Georgia and Minnesota.
Recent study findings, highlighted this week on the Health Affairs blog, suggest that poor community health negatively affects workers’ performance.
AcademyHealth examined the extent to which return on investment evidence is used to inform policymaking affecting public health and multi-sector work, and identified opportunities to advance its use.
In a review of technical documents and toolkits on interoperability, what we found was almost as interesting as what we didn’t.
A recent study published in the Health Services Research Journal by Sungwoo Lim and colleagues found that a supportive housing program positively affected both housing stability and preventable health care visits among homeless families.
In the second of a two-part series, this post highlights work in Richmond, California to transform the city into a place where everyone has the opportunity to live a healthy life.