Up to about 30 percent of prescriptions written by a licensed healthcare provider are never filled.
“Is there nothing more that can be done?” This is the question families and potential hospice patients ask as their hearts race fearing they or their loved ones must be in their last days of life.
As the nation continues to recover from the most influential public health crisis many of us will experience, it has been a time to reflect on what we have experienced and the five reasons for the continued need for Public Health.
With more than 90% of the U.S. population having access to health insurance in 2019, most of us enjoy the security and advantages of somewhat affordable quality health care when we want or need it.
The most common measurements of socioeconomic status are education, income, and occupation levels. The depth of education and cultural resources available to individuals are good indicators
According to a recent Commonwealth report*, more than 80% of Americans agree that financial insecurity is a big problem in today’s uncertain economic climate.