In a recent white paper, Manatt Health examined the ten health care imperatives that are critical for improving the health care system and achieving health equity.
Disruptions to health care, education and community life due to the pandemic have been devastating for the health and development of our nation’s children.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a dramatic increase in virtual care adoption.
The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a harsh light on the extent to which factors such as homelessness, food insecurity and economic instability are integral to health and health equity.
Safety-net organizations face an existential crisis as rapid changes in health care payment and delivery threaten their sustainability.
In a New Webinar, the American Medical Association and Manatt Health Lead a Panel of Experts Examining How Medicine, Law and Policy Can Converge to Support Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment in Justice-Involved Populations.
The confluence of the public health emergency, economic crisis and racial justice reckoning has put in sharp focus that health equity is a foundational imperative for all health care organizations.
Access to coverage and care is the linchpin of a high-functioning health care system.
The health care and life sciences industries witnessed a flurry of legislative and regulatory developments in 2020.
Historically, privacy rules have focused on ensuring that health plans and state Medicaid programs do not inappropriately share their data.