Providing legal advocacy reduces hospital admissions by 38%

Ever since pushing a large landlord in Cincinnati to correct toxic housing conditions in 2009, clinicians at Cincinnati Children's have had powerful anecdotal evidence that a long-running partnership with the Legal Aid Society ...

Medical economics

Black patients more likely to have negative descriptors in notes

(HealthDay)—Black patients are more likely than White patients to have at least one negative descriptor in the history and physical notes of their electronic health records (EHR), according to a study published online Jan. ...

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Health Affairs

Health Affairs is a peer-reviewed health care policy academic journal founded in 1981. The journal has 10,000 domestic and international subscribers and is highly influential in the field; the Washington Post has described it as "the bible of health policy". According to the journal's homepage, it "is consulted by 55% of staff members on U.S. congressional committees of jurisdiction in health — ahead of JAMA and the New England Journal of Medicine". Health Affairs is indexed and/or abstracted in PubMed, Medline, EBSCOhost, EBSCO EJS, ProQuest, Lexis-Nexis; Current Contents/Health Sciences and Behavioral Sciences; and SwetsWise Online Content.

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