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Health Care Workers Struggled With Mood, Sleep In First

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  • Working in health care during a pandemic
  • While mood worsened for the majority of all survey respondents, the health care workers who were still reporting to work every day also slept for fewer hours than they had before

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1 In 5 Have Been Discriminated Against In The Healthcare

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Additional, health care specific forms of discrimination emerged, including being treated differently based on health insurance. “Some respondents reported that they had private insurance, but then moved to Medicaid and noticed a totally different …

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Most Young People Eager For COVID 19 Vaccine, Poll Shows

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That makes it crucial for public health authorities, health care providers and others to create vaccination-related materials that reach young people in ways that are relevant to them. The data, from the text-message-based MyVoice national survey of youth based at the University of Michigan,

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Two New Devices Protect Health Care Workers, Help Patients

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Treating patients with COVID-19 means health care workers are putting their own health and safety on the line each day. Now, two new devices could offer additional safety for health care workers, while allowing more effective treatment for patients with infections spread by …

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As Insurers End Grace Period For COVID 19 Hospital Costs

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  • The Association of Health Insurance Plans offers a page that tracks private insurers’ current policies regarding COVID-19 care, including cost-sharing waivers
  • Paper cited: “Out-of-Pocket Spending for Influenza Hospitalizations in Medicare Advantage,” American Journal of Preventive Medicine
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.amepre.2020.11.004

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Life After COVID 19 Hospitalization: Major Lasting Effects

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And 26% of those who had gone back to work said they had to work fewer hours or have reduced duties because of their health. Nearly half of those interviewed said they’d been emotionally affected by their experience with COVID-19 – including a minority who said they’d sought mental health

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County By County, Study Shows Social Inequality In COVID

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Looking at factors that aren’t included in the official SVI, the researchers found many linkages with COVID-19. Interestingly, the concentration of health care resources available in the county did not seem to make a significant difference, though Tipirneni cautions that as more hospitals become overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients in the fall and early-winter surges, that may have changed.

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COVID 19 Care Is (Mostly) Free To Patients. Should Other

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That’s roughly what happened this spring, when health insurance companies, large employers, and state and federal governments pivoted rapidly in the face of COVID-19. Within the space of weeks, many of these health care payers made COVID-19 tests, treatments and even future vaccines free, or nearly free, for the people covered by their plans.

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When COVID Dealt Struggling Medical Students Another Blow

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2 days ago · The needs became more acute, and they weren’t all related to students being on leave. The board saw two buckets of requests: Those related to basic life necessities—rent, car repairs, health care—and those related to educational resources—study aids, books and access to test prep websites.

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Minority Patients Benefit From Having Minority Doctors

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Improving health care delivery for these groups of people is a complicated and multi-layered task, but solutions exist. One of them is to increase the probability that minorities see doctors of their race or ethnicity, which I refer to as patient-provider racial and ethnic concordance.


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This Spring They Were Heroes, But Summer May Be Cruel For

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Health care workers in those areas may be prone to extra emotional stress, Sen says, because many of the cases they’re treating could have been prevented, if more governments and individuals implanted and followed science-based public health guidelines more swiftly and effectively.


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Patients With Type 1 Diabetes Spend About $2,500 A Year In

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  • Health care affordability for patients with type 1 diabetes is especially concerning, because of economic hardships from the COVID-19 pandemic, Chua says
  • “Many people with private insurance have lost their jobs and insurance coverage,” he says
  • “This may put health care like insulin and diabetes-related supplies out of reach.”

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Conquering COVID 19 Disparities Among Communities Of Color

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They are among top goals for one group fighting COVID-19 health disparities. From the beginning of the pandemic, the virus hit communities of color hard , with African American and Hispanic people more likely to contract SARS-CoV-2 and getting sicker and dying at significantly higher rates than white individuals.

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Legalized Cannabis Brings New Challenges For Health Care

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Nonexistent criteria for diagnosing marijuana overdose . Blazes notes that his observation of an increase in severe cases of THC-related symptoms is more than anecdotal: A study published in April in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that cannabis-related ED visits have tripled in Colorado since the state legalized the drug for recreational purposes in 2014.

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45% Of Adults Over 65 Lack Online Medical Accounts, Which

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The poll finds that 45% of adults aged 65 to 80, and 42% of all adults aged 50 to 80, said they had not set up an account with their health provider’s portal system. That’s according to the newly analyzed data from the National Poll on Healthy Aging, based at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.


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New Report Details Strategies For COVID 19 Critical Care Surge

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The report, funded by the RAND Corporation, is available on its website and the authors hope fellow health care providers find the strategies and calculation tool useful when analyzing their own critical care capacity. Report cited: “Critical Care Surge Response Strategies for the 2020 COVID-19 Outbreak in the United States,” RAND Corporation.

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Nursing Homes Prepared For Pandemics, But COVID 19 Reveals

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  • Most of those that had stockpiled supplies had focused on surgical masks, gloves and hand sanitizer
  • Less than half had stockpiled N95 respirator masks, which are recommended by national and global health authorities for health care workers performing certain types of care on a COVID-19 patient
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COVID 19 Deaths Really Are Different. But Best Practices

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They include the webinars offered by the Mi-COVID19 consortium that is studying and working to improve COVID-19 care in hospitals across Michigan, posts on the Life in the Fastlane blog for emergency and critical care education by Jack Iwashyna, M.D., Ph.D., from U-M and VA Ann Arbor, and a seminar that Prescott and Iwashyna presented through U-M’s Institute for Healthcare Policy and …

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Medical Simulation Based Training: The Future Of Health Care

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Health care is always evolving, which means the various modes for training future health care professionals are ever-changing as well. Over the last 15 years, clinical simulation as a training modality and performance-improvement tool within health care has taken off.

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Medicaid Expansion Made Mouths Healthier, Study Finds

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The findings are published in the Journal of Public Health Dentistry by a team from the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation that evaluates the impacts of the Healthy Michigan Plan. The authors hope their findings will inform policy decisions about dental coverage for Medicaid plans in Michigan and other states.

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A New Online Master’s Degree Changes The Game In Health

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21 hours ago · Launched this year, the Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems Online master of science program, or HILS-Online MS, is a purpose-built online degree designed to provide health professionals like Irwin with the methods they need to address social and technical challenges in making health improvements routine.

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Delaying Cardiovascular Surgeries Due To COVID 19 Has

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States that experienced COVID-19 surges early in the pandemic, including New York and Michigan, also saw a spike in deaths linked to these issues, potentially because patients avoided health care during those periods. “Patients are suffering even though we don’t see them,” Byrnes says.

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Despite Pandemic, Most Older Adults Haven’t Recorded Their

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Health care professionals can use the COVID-19 pandemic as a starting point for discussing advance care planning with older adults, and policymakers may want to look for opportunities to encourage more discussions within families and between patients and providers,” says poll director Preeti Malani, M.D., a Michigan Medicine infectious


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Middle Aged Adults Worried About Health Insurance Costs

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Health insurance costs weigh heavily on the minds of many middle-aged adults, and many are worried for what they’ll face in retirement or if federal health policies change, according to a new study just published in JAMA Network Open.. More than a quarter of people in their 50s and early 60s lack confidence that they’ll be able to afford health insurance in the next year, and the number

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Dramatic ACA Effect Seen In Insurance For Adults With Diabetes

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Rogers points to data from a 2014 Health Care Cost Institute report, which showed that people with diabetes have annual medical expenses about $10,000 higher than others. "For people with chronic health conditions such as diabetes, having insurance coverage can mean the difference between being able to afford crucial medications such as insulin

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Virtual “Urgent Care” May Lead To Higher Rates Of

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Ellimoottil receives funding from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (HS027632) Paper cited: " Direct-To-Consumer Telemedicine Visits For Acute Respiratory Infections Linked To More Downstream Visits," Health Affairs. DOI: 10.1377/hlthaff.2020.01741


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Health Insurance Rule Change Could Help Millions Of

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In addition to his role as the Director of the U-M Center for Value-Based Insurance Design, Fendrick serves as a consultant to several public and private organizations and is a founding partner of V-BID Health, a company that assists employers, health insurance plans, and health systems in designing health care benefits packages.

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Featured Authors University Of Michigan

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Gavin draws on more than 25 years of experience in communicating about science, medicine and health policy. She focuses mainly on the research of the 640 health services wonks who belong to the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, who work to understand and improve the safety, quality, equity and affordability of health care.


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How Medicaid Expansion Gave Enrollees A Major Financial Boost

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Miller, who is a member of the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, notes that research from IHPI and other teams has shown that Medicaid expansion has resulted in more people having health insurance, getting access to care and receiving care.


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COVID 19 Becomes Focus Of Medical Student’s CNN Internship

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Her three-month internship was the cornerstone of a year-long Global Health Media Fellowship run through Stanford University. One fellow each year is selected for the program, which teaches physicians-in-training to leverage the media in order to advocate and inform on global health issues.

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COVID Forced Psychiatric Care Online, And Many Patients

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Insurers covered phone-based mental health care for much of 2020, but that appears to be ending soon. But Severe says that for certain patients with an established relationship with their mental health provider, phone and video appointments are equally effective and should receive similar reimbursement from insurers.

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Are Women Physicians Fairly Represented In The COVID 19

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Research has shown that COVID-19 has disproportionately impacted women in a variety of ways throughout academic medicine. For example, Reshma Jagsi, M.D., DPhil, deputy chair of radiation oncology and director of the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine at Michigan Medicine, recently found that women are significantly underrepresented as authors of academic …

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Bringing Prenatal And Infant Care To Underserved Communities

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When it comes to accessing health care in the United States, deep-seated disparities among marginalized populations continue to exist. And while there are nearly 1,400 free clinics throughout the country to help offset these inequities, the uninsured and underinsured continue to struggle with obtaining the care they so often need.


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Right Sizing Prenatal Care

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And just as Peahl’s research on changing prenatal health care models was underway – an unexpected catalyst sped up change: COVID-19. To reduce risk of exposure, clinics began exploring alternative ways to provide care , including virtual visits and consolidated appointments – such as getting the Tdap vaccine and diabetes screening at the


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How To Improve The Surgery Backlog During COVID 19

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A new paper suggests three solutions to addressing the backlog of non-urgent surgeries delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “As a surgeon, I understand why hospitals needed to delay many elective surgeries to ensure there was enough space and health care workers available to take care of the sickest patients with COVID-19,” says Jessica Billig, M.D., a resident physician of plastic

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Irregular Sleep Connected To Bad Moods And Depression

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SEE ALSO: Health Care Workers Struggled With Mood, Sleep in First Months of COVID-19 Pandemic. The new paper is based on data gathered by tracking the interns’ sleep and other activity through commercial devices worn on their wrists, and asking them to report their daily mood on a smartphone app and take quarterly tests for signs of depression.


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The ACA Turns 10 And Faces A Pandemic, An Election And A

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  • Workers had started to lose their jobs and health insurance as a result
  • Candidates for president and Congressional seats staked out their health care positions in primaries
  • Amid all this, a milestone in American health policy passed quietly: The Affordable Care Act turned 10 years old.

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How One Doctor Aims To Combat Structural Racism In Medicine

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  • By combining multiple areas within health care research, we can provide more useful information
  • I don’t want to be in 100 publications, but not impact anyone’s life for the better
  • SEE ALSO: Similar Factors Cause Health Disparities in Cancer, COVID-19


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Costs, COVID 19 Risk And Delays Top Older Adults’ Concerns

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“These findings highlight important opportunities and a clear need for health care providers, insurers and health systems to better support older adults during and after medical emergencies to achieve higher-value, patient-centered acute care,” says Christina Cutter, M.D., M.Sc., M.S., an emergency physician at Michigan Medicine and

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What To Know About Applying To Medical School As A

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Rural schools may be more impressed with your experience on topics that affect their patient populations more severely, like health care access or perhaps substance abuse. It can be a good idea to see what kinds of things the school gets research funding for because that may tell you what traits they care most about.


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The Effect Of Natural Disasters On Hospital Care

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What role do health care coalitions play in disaster response? Bell: A health care coalition is a group of state, local and hospital-based administrators working together to think critically about preparedness and what they can do to pool resources in a time of disaster. For example, in Michigan, we have a clear plan to share access to ventilators.


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Bias May Affect Providers’ Knowledge Of Transgender Health

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“Transgender and gender diverse individuals often face discrimination in health-care settings, and many are unable to find competent, knowledgeable and culturally appropriate health care,” Stroumsa adds. “Lack of provider knowledge is a significant barrier, but our findings suggest that simply increasing training may not be the solution.

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Epidemic Of Firearm Injury Spurs New Wave Of Research

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It also calls for health care providers to routinely assess their patients’ access to firearms and other lethal means, if the patient is at risk for suicide. The new report includes a list of research projects now under way at U-M specifically focused on suicide risk identification and reduction.


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Many Medical “Rainy Day” Accounts Aren’t Getting Opened Or

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  • Fendrick is a partner in V-BID Health, LLC, which assists employers, health insurers and health systems in designing health care benefits packages
  • Paper cited: “Use of Health Savings Accounts Among US Adults Enrolled in High-Deductible Health Plans,” JAMA Network Open
  • DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.11014


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Telehealth Visits Skyrocket For Older Adults, But Concerns

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  • Editor’s note: Information on the COVID-19 crisis is constantly changing
  • For the latest numbers and updates, keep checking the CDC’s website.
  • For the most up-to-date information from Michigan Medicine, visit the hospital's Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage
  • One in four older Americans had a virtual medical visit in the first three months of the COVID-19 pandemic, most of them by video, …

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Carrots Plus Sticks: What Works To Reduce Low Value Care

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  • SEE ALSO: Efforts to Improve Health Care Value Should Focus on Doing the Right Thing
  • A few years later, as part of an education campaign called Choosing Wisely, physician professional societies issued recommendations on when not to use vitamin D and T3 testing
  • And while use of the test in Ontario dropped an additional 4.5%, the use in U.S


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Medical ‘Shadow Records’ And ‘Black Box’ Tools Need More Light

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When shadow record elements from many people are pooled together and used by academic researchers or industry, they can fuel progress in health care research and innovation, says the international team led by U-M assistant professor of law Nicholson Price, Ph.D., J.D. Selling access


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Attacking ‘Invisible Threat’ That Affects Cancer Care Workers

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Health care workers face many challenges in these busy cancer centers, treating a lot of patients with complex needs using increasingly complex treatments,” Friese says. “It’s time for the field to reexamine the issue of hazardous drug exposure.


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Healthy eating means eating a variety of foods that give you the nutrients you need to maintain your health, feel good, and have energy. These nutrients include protein, carbohydrates, fat, water, vitamins, and minerals. Nutrition is important for everyone. When combined with being physically active...

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