Three-agency audit reveals problems in managing Mind Springs

Mind Springs Health in Grand Junction in March 2022. An unprecedented review by three government agencies recently released of Mind Springs revealed a number of issues with management issues.Mackenzie Lang / A change in the leadership and management structure should address the troubling issues surrounding Mind Springs Health, according to an unprecedented review by three … Read more

Corona virus in China: what next?

How China has boxed itself into an unsustainable strategy to control COVID-19, and the prospects for change are slim. Shun Yuan reports. More than two years after China ended its unprecedented lockdown in Wuhan as the first COVID-19 outbreak paralyzed the central Chinese city, the Chinese government is still adamant about sticking to its COVID-free … Read more

Three-agency audit reveals problems in managing Mind Springs

Mind Springs Health in Grand Junction in March 2022. An unprecedented review by three government agencies recently released of Mind Springs revealed a number of issues with management issues.Mackenzie Lang / A change in the leadership and management structure should address the troubling issues surrounding Mind Springs Health, according to an unprecedented review by three … Read more

KHN’s “What the Health?”: The Invisible Epidemic

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen to the Acast. You can also listen spotifyAnd Apple PodcastAnd StitcherAnd pocket cast Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Cases of Covid-19 are increasing again, but you cannot distinguish from the behavior of the public (the rush to normal), as well as public health and elected … Read more

Intermountain Healthcare selects a nationally recognized diversity leader as the health system’s first equity officer

After extensive national research, Intermountain Healthcare has selected Tiffany Capellis, a nationally recognized diversity leader, as the health system’s first chief equity officer. Capeles, who has an extensive background in healthcare diversity, will lead Intermountain’s efforts, which began several years ago, to expand health equity, diversity and inclusion for caregivers, patients, and the communities they … Read more

How to combat the impact of inflation on retirement health care costs

Gas, food, and housing prices have skyrocketed in the past year. What is less noticeable to some is the high cost of health care. Medicare, the US government’s national health insurance program for Americans age 65 and older, has imposed a 14.5% increase in Part B premiums (outpatient care coverage) for 2022, a record number … Read more

Reframing race and cancer

Research and discussion about high rates of cancer among black Americans has been dominated by genetics and research on biological differences. Now attention has turned to the social determinants of health. Many experts say there is a cancer problem in the United States, and the dazzling new treatments and brilliant scientific advances won’t solve it. … Read more

Liberal-led states rush to protect and expand access to abortion

Placeholder while loading article actions Hello, happy Thursday, it seems that “Warmest working day” From the week now Wednesday. Today’s version: Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is due to introduce the Medicare for All bill today. Last year, the United States surpassed a record 100,000 overdose deaths. But first… States, not Congress, are where Democrats can … Read more