ECNO Meredith Foxx shares 4 healthcare challenges that 2020 brought to the forefront, as well as where nurses should focus their energy in preparation for the future.
Mortality differs from state to state and between nonwhite and white demographic groups, finds a new analysis of nationwide data since 2008.
Cleveland Clinic’s CEO and president, issued a message to patients, caregivers and the community, sharing the organization’s unequivocal support of the goal to end racism and healthcare disparities.
African American women are disproportionately affected by cervical cancer, with higher rates of incidence and mortality than white women. Prevention plays a key role.
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African American women are disproportionately affected by cervical cancer, with higher rates of incidence and mortality than white women. A clinician investigator shares her thoughts on how to end the disparity.
Millions of people gained healthcare coverage for the first time under the Affordable Care Act. That’s a step forward in efforts to reduce healthcare disparities, but people of color still face other significant barriers that are important for clinicians to recognize. “We know that there are variables beyond that lack of access,” says Charles Modlin, MD, a urologist who leads the Minority Men’s Health Center at Cleveland Clinic.