Before we dive into 2019, let's revisit these MHCSW favorites from the past year.
We tackled some heavy topics in 2018, including the opioid crisis, health equity and an alarming rise in maternal death rates. We also explored the benefits of workplace meditation and new ways to make health care and insurance more seamless for consumers and patients. Before diving into 2019, we want to highlight these MHCSW favorites from the past year for you to discover, revisit and share.
The United States now has the highest rate of maternal mortality among developed nations. Here’s what’s underway to reverse the trend.
Identifying the highest quality, most cost-effective providers in key specialties is critical in getting the best outcomes.
Doctors and other health care professionals are trying to solve the conundrum of what to do with all the health data from millions of consumer wearables.
Most people don’t think about how health care works until they need it to work for them. A new breed of advocate may help them navigate their coverage and care.
Is there a way to keep opioids out of the hands of all but the patients who legitimately need them?
A well-timed call, a few extra questions during a routine checkup, or even paying close attention to the answer to “How are you?” may be the difference between life and death.
It will take many diverse voices to help ensure everyone in the United States has the opportunity to achieve their optimal health — regardless of where they live, their race and ethnicity, their income and other factors.
Taking a few minutes in the workday for meditation has benefits for employers and employees. Research shows it can improve workers’ health, increase productivity and reduce employers’ health care costs.