For many years, providers, families, state leaders and advocates have called for expanding the pediatric primary care team to address the full set of social, economic and emotional issues that drive children’s health outcomes.
Digital health adoption has skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and this surge in use now has the potential to transform health care.
As states grow increasingly concerned over soaring health care costs, health care cost growth benchmarking programs have emerged as a promising strategy for advancing health system transparency, identifying key cost drivers and containing health care spending.
Nonmedical interventions, such as those related to stable housing, healthy food, economic security and interpersonal safety, affect health more than medical care, driving as much as 80% of population health outcomes.
Long-term care is becoming a pressing societal issue as growing numbers of people living with disabilities or chronic diseases increase demand.
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.