The World Health Organization defines social determinants of health (SDOH) as “the non-medical factors that influence health outcomes. Increasing evidence shows that concern for the collection and analysis of SDOH data will benefit both health care systems and the communities that they serve.
Accessing healthcare in the United States is no easy feat for non-English speaking families. The healthcare system, as it is currently designed, not only requires you to have sufficient health insurance coverage but also English language proficiency.
Curago automates collection of Staying Healthy Assessments for Community Health Centers in Los Angeles County
The Staying Healthy Assessment Questionnaire is the Department of Health Care Services’ Individual Health Education Behavior Assessment. Plan providers are required to obtain these assessments
California will now be providing healthcare coverage to undocumented residents over the age of 50 in 2022. Residents over the age of 50 will now
A new report by a team of gastroenterology (GI) providers is citing that since the COVID-19 pandemic began, telehealth encounters are proving to be a
Our partners at Huron Gastro, an adult medical gastroenterology practice with six locations around Ann Arbor, Michigan, recently presented “Telehealth: How to Check-In & Should We
After nearly eight weeks, medical practices and clinics are finally starting to see restrictions being lifted on preventive care visits, chronic disease management and elective
- The Social Determinants of Health: What Are They, and Why Should We Care?
- Why Medical Practices Must Communicate To Patients In Their Native Language
- Curago automates collection of Staying Healthy Assessments for Community Health Centers in Los Angeles County
- California Healthcare Coverage for Undocumented Residents Over the Age of 50
- New Study Shows Telehealth as Effective Solution for Gastroenterology