Tackling Food Insecurity for Better Health
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Telehealth is helping businesses and schools bring people back to the workplace and campus, setting the stage for a more sustainable, long-term connected health strategy.
Anthem’s vision of being the most innovative, valuable and inclusive partner is one that can’t be achieved by operating in a vacuum—a true partnership requires partners.
A new study suggests that more than half of people receiving mental health care will want to keep getting care virtually after the pandemic subsides.
Healthcare IT News, 01-06-2021
A wide-ranging study published this past week in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that older people, women, Black and Latinx individuals, and patients with lower household incomes were less likely to use video for telemedicine care during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Washington Post, 01-06-2021
The coronavirus pandemic unleashed cascades of suffering in 2020. People around the globe faced the threat of the virus, along with the devastating ripple effects of efforts to control its spread.
Consumer Reports, 01-06-2021
The local efforts to address food insecurity have grown during the pandemic but don’t address underlying inequities.
Through all of this year’s tumultuous ups and downs, one trend that has remained unstoppable – and has even accelerated – is the healthcare sector’s adoption of technology.
The promise of a digital revolution in healthcare has been described as “just a few years away” for the better part of a decade, but the spread of COVID-19 in 2020 has spurred that transformation’s slow trot into a full gallop.