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Anna Gorman

19 March 2017

San Diego, California, United States

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Transitions, a “pre-hospice” program in San Diego, helps chronically ill and elderly patients live longer, live better lives while avoiding the hospital. The model is also saving the health care system money.

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Shannon Brownlee

1 March 2017

United States

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While American medicine tops the charts for "acute care," it's notably sub-par when it comes to treating chronic conditions and focusing on prevention. This piece introduces a series on how the U.S. healthcare system'...

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Sheree Crute

1 March 2017

St. Charles, Missouri, United States

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Crider Health Center was having trouble coordinating the communication between psychiatry and primary care physicians. In 2012, under the Affordable Care Act, Crider and dozens of other mental health centers in the st...

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Heather Boerner

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1 March 2017

Stanford, California, United States

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An unconventional team of doctors figured out how to provide high-need, "medically fragile" Stanford university employees with radically better primary health care by structuring it - like an ICU in a hospital - aroun...

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Heather Boerner

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1 March 2017

Stanford, California, United States

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Many health care systems are fee-for-service oriented, where money is made based on clinical visits and services sold - in other words long time users. A group of doctors at Stanford University have developed per-pati...

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Anne Kim

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6 February 2017

Fort Belvoir, Virginia, United States

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Mounting evidence points to an increasing disparity in the educational achievements of those children who attend and complete pre-school, and those who do not. The Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters ...

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Linda Gibbs

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19 June 2016

New York, New York, United States

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Poverty is a problem that only seems to be increasing in the United States. New York City, though, was the only one of America's 20 largest cities to achieve a decrease in poverty rates from 2000-2013. This piece is t...

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Anne Kim

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10 June 2016

Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, United States

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Earlier this month, the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) proposed new rules to regulate payday lending – the business of offering high-cost short-term loans to Americans on terms that many consumer ...

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