Adults with sickle cell disease around half as likely to have gotten initial doses as people without sickle cell disease, according to new research from University of Michigan researchers.
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Among health care job sectors, nursing homes have been the most adversely affected by declines in employment growth since the pandemic—a rate more than triple that of hospitals or physician offices, says a University of Michigan School of Public Health researcher.
Economic model created for CDC shows that in older adults promoting updated vaccination will save the US money, while in other adults it should be reasonably cost effective.
Worries that surgery patients would have a tougher recovery if their doctors had to abide by a five-day limit on opioid pain medication prescriptions didn’t play out as expected, a new study finds.
Denise Anthony was named the inaugural Rubin Department Chair of Health Management and Policy within the University of Michigan School of Public Health on Sept. 21. The University of Michigan Board of Regents approved Anthony’s appointment to the chair, which was established by Amir Rubin, MHSA ’96, MBA ’96, and Nicole Rubin, MHSA ’95.
The University of Michigan Board of Regents approved the appointment of Edward Norton as UnitedHealthcare Professor of Health Care Management. The endowed professorship was established in 2018 to support a selected tenured faculty member whose work aligns with UnitedHealthcare’s commitment to a value-based healthcare system.