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Tackling Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Limited English Proficient Communities: Lessons From the Flu Shot.

2020 was an unprecedented year of innovation in healthcare. The Covid-19 pandemic led to numerous scientific advances in diagnostics, treatments and vaccines to combat the SARS-CoV2 coronavirus. But developing vaccines is just one part of the effort to end the pandemic, encouraging people to take them is another challenge. Previous widespread vaccination campaigns, such as […]

How Cultural Competence Reduces Costs for Medicare and Medicaid Recipients

As Medicare and Medicaid increasingly move away from fee-for-service payments, healthcare systems and providers must adapt to alternative models that include financial risk. However, those costs aren’t spread out evenly among the patient population. Just 5% of Medicaid recipients make up 54% of the total Medicaid expenditure, for example. While this subset of beneficiaries, known […]

Heart Disease and Hispanic Women

hispanic woman and kids

February is the month where we lead with our hearts.   We give them freely, and secretly hope to receive one or two in return.  Valentine’s Day we celebrate love and remind those we care about how much they mean to us.  This month is especially important for the women in your life.  Not because she […]