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New research shows Telehealth has become a "double-edged sword" when it comes to health equity and access to technology.
Research indicates that providers and patients often disagree on what defines adequate sedation and comfort during eye surgery.
Access and Timely Care Improve for Racially Diverse Children When Federally Qualified Health Centers Integrate Behavioral Health
Three community-based health centers used the TEAM UP model, leading to more behavioral health screenings than the statewide average.
As overdoses become leading cause of pregnancy-related mortality, new fellowship training brings specialists to Obstetric-Addiction Medicine.
How BMC is addressing the gap of living donor kidney transplantation amongst Black Americans.
Evaluating women more often during the pushing stage of labor may help reduce cesarean sections and excessive blood loss.
Low-barrier, street-level clinic uses contingency management model that utilizes incentives to promote cessation or reduction of stimulant use.
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