A new analysis finds that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s community health centers are facing critical revenue losses that could significantly affect their ability to sustain operations.
A new report finds that New York mothers have high rates of serious complications related to childbirth, with significant disparities across racial and ethnic groups. It also highlights local and statewide efforts to improve maternal health and reduce these disparities.
Three out of four Kentuckians (77 percent) are worried about affording health care, according to data briefs released by the Healthcare Value Hub in collaboration with the ThriveKY Campaign. The findings come from a new Consumer Healthcare Experience State Survey of 1,140 Kentucky adults.
A recent survey of low-income Californians and communities of color reveals widespread concern about the health and economic impacts of COVID-19.
EHF’s analysis found that beginning in January 2021, more than 1.1 million Texans could be part of the uninsured who become stuck in the state’s health insurance “coverage gap”—a 50 percent increase from 2020.