A new data brief developed with the University of Southern Maine presents an analysis of barriers to behavioral health care for adults in Maine and sheds light on the impact socioeconomic disparities have on Maine people’s ability to obtain and afford timely behavioral health services.
As a follow-up to a previous report, a new report analyzes self-reported survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau related to food scarcity in New York State from the start of the coronavirus pandemic through the end of 2020.
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) released “A Guide for Health Systems to Save Lives from ‘Deaths of Despair’ and Improve Community Well-Being.” IHI partnered with Well Being Trust to evolve a set of recommendations and guidance for health care systems to improve mental health and well-being in the communities they serve, focusing specifically on saving lives from deaths of despair.
Using survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau, a new New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) report analyzes mental health in New York State during the pandemic.
According to a new report sponsored by the Episcopal Health Foundation, significant pre-existing health differences for Black and Hispanic residents in Texas are leading to higher COVID-19 death rates, plus billions of dollars of increased health care spending and lost work productivity.
In a new analysis, researchers estimate that nearly half of all patients served by community health centers qualify for phase one COVID-19 immunizations, following health care workers, residents of long-term care facilities and other essential workers, under priority guidelines established by the CDC.
A new report highlighting the current and anticipated impacts of climate change on all Montanans’ health. The report provides recommendations for how to address and prepare for climate change impacts.
The Special Report reflects on its 10-year journey to help improve heart health in diverse populations – where it has been, the impact, the perspectives of its Grant Awardees and Trustees and all who collaborated to address a leading cause of death in this nation.
A new report offers insights from communities’ response during the COVID-19 pandemic and demonstrates their nimbleness in creating more inclusive and equitable systems to support older people.