Health Datapalooza Advisory Committee member Kistein Monkhouse discusses top-of-mind data and policy concerns for patients and their care partners to be explored at the meeting by data, policy, and public health experts later this month.
The final post in our Weitzman Institute blog series on conducting health equity research during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights lessons learned in a national, multi-site study involving the implementation of a novel intervention in Federally Qualified Health Centers.
This third post in our Weitzman Institute blog series on conducting health equity research during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights research-related challenges and opportunities in working with community-based organizations and local government agencies.
AcademyHealth Senior Director Megan Collado reflects on the culmination of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-supported program, Understanding and Supporting Anchor Businesses to Build a Culture of Health, managed by AcademyHealth, including what we’ve learned from the research and from key business and other stakeholders that were convened to better understand the impact of business’ place-based investments on health, well-being, and equity.
The second post in our Weitzman Institute blog series on conducting health equity research during the COVID-19 pandemic highlights challenges and lessons learned in building rapport and authentically engaging with patients in a virtual research environment.
As lead clinicians for their states with responsibility for overseeing clinical care and stewardship of resources, Medicaid Medical Directors propose effective solutions to progressively ameliorate and eventually eliminate avoidable health disparities.
This post is the first in the Health Equity Research Beyond COVID-19 Series, which highlights lessons learned when conducting research with marginalized and vulnerable communities during the pandemic, and implications for how to ensure the way in which we go about doing research is patient- and community-affirming.
AcademyHealth, in collaboration with the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, hosted a meeting with clinical experts, researchers, patients and other stakeholders on possible causes of pre-hospital diagnostic delay. This meeting will inform a call for proposals to advance the evidence base for pre-hospital diagnostic delays related to cancer, sepsis, and acute cardiovascular conditions.