“We don’t ask young people what kind of program they might want or need, but we still expect them to come and engage in what we’re offering.”
A neonatologist argues that social needs screening and referral, which has grown more popular in outpatient clinics, is necessary in the neonatal intensive care unit, as well.
Boston’s Black women die from breast cancer in higher rates than any other group. The area’s major medical systems are collaborating to break down structures driving the disparity.
Increasing voter registration in underrepresented communities has the potential to reduce racial disparities, improve community health, and better distribute state and federal resources.
While reasons patients avoid addiction care are complex, providers are modeling the ample opportunity clinics have to engage underrepresented groups.