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Katherine Susman-Yi

Research Analyst America's Essential Hospitals

Katherine Susman-Yi is a former research analyst at America's Essential Hospitals.

Centering Healthcare Institute requests proposals for implementation awards to increase access to its CenteringParenting care model; second wave proposals are due May 31, and third wave proposals are due July 31.

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Researchers found a decline in uninsurance rates and an increase in medical service use, access, and diagnosis of certain chronic conditions among previously uninsured adults.

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Hospital ownership of physician practices can yield benefits, including improved responsiveness to patient needs, University of California researchers have found.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will award up to $15.75 million for research to advance understanding about opioid overdose prevention. Applications are due May 15.

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Recent research at the lab includes development of new evaluation tools for eye tracking, blood-based biomarkers, and brain oxygenation after injury.

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Though the United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends women get mammograms every two years starting at age 50, women surveyed prefer annual mammograms.

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Patients who do not need to be admitted to the hospital are referred to the crisis stabilization unit at Sinai Health's Holy Cross Hospital for behavioral health treatment in a calm, safe space.

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The test, which uses epigenetics instead of targeting a specific tumor to detect cancer, could be simpler and more cost-effective than existing screenings.

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The fellowship, based at Harvard University, is designed to prepare physician-leaders to improve health system capacity and promote policies and practices to improve access to care for minority, disadvantaged, and vulnerable populations.

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Essential hospitals use naloxone, an overdose-reversal drug, to fight the growing opioid crisis; the association will host an Oct. 17 webinar on navigating the opioid crisis at essential hospitals.

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The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute will hold an informational town hall session on Oct. 17 for interested applicants; letters of intent are due Oct. 31.

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The 2018 Culture of Health Prize will honor communities for innovative partnerships and collective initiatives to improve population health.

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Scientists at Oregon Health Sciences University, a member of America’s Essential Hospitals, for the first time used a gene editing technique to remove disease from a human embryo.

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The map shows that 39 states experienced an increase in opioid-related hospitalizations, including 32 states that are home to at least one essential hospital.

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The site, a product of Essential Hospitals Institute, is a hub for population health–related resources, member best practices, and learning opportunities for essential hospitals.

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Blood transfusions have long been used to compensate for significant blood loss or treat blood disorders, but some studies suggest they often are costly and unnecessary.

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The toolkit — released by The MetroHealth System in Cleveland and other partners — outlines steps to help raise awareness of the opioid epidemic.

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The study finds urban, nonprofit hospitals recognize the role of health disparities in outcomes, but could use greater incentives to make improvements.

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The campaign focuses on improving health equity, while acknowledging that environment and social factors play a large role in determining health outcomes.

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This brief summarizes background on the opioid crisis and the key role essential hospitals play in the health care industry’s response to the opioid crisis.

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Two of the winning communities are home to essential hospitals: KentuckyOne Health in Louisville, Ky., and Jackson Health System in Miami-Dade County, Fla.

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Over the past several years, opioid abuse has become a widespread and urgent public health concern in the United States, and essential hospitals are taking steps to prevent misuse and promote better prescription drug management.

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