Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration

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The final part in our four-part Defying Despair series, this webinar discussed ongoing efforts to increase access to evidence-based treatment for opioid use disorder and guide people on a path to recovery.

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Population Health

Mental illness has become more common over the last decade, particularly among 18-25 year-olds. This Data Insights looks at trends in mental health and their implications for the future.

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This Research Insights highlights a study that found significant racial bias in an algorithm used to guide health care decisions, with implications that extend throughout and beyond the health care industry.

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November 2019

New data shows that 1/3 of children in the U.S. suffered one or more adverse childhood experience, which are associated with negative long-term outcomes.

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From childhood to advanced age, LGBT people face health disparities like higher risk of suicide and social isolation and higher rates of tobacco use.

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This webinar explored how leaders are leveraging the unique strengths of rural communities to develop and implement promising solutions.

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Studies estimate that social determinants of health influence 50% of health outcomes, yet many communities are reporting unmet social needs like food insecurity or concerns about community safety.

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During this webinar, journalists shared how they investigated environmental health risks in their local schools and neighborhoods, uncovering how children were being poisoned by lead, asbestos and other toxins.

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