Health Care Management

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Brexit Puts UK Health Care at Risk

New Report from Holly Jarman and Scott Greer

The future for the health sector in the United Kingdom is perilously uncertain, according to a report led by Holly Jarman and Scott Greer, professors of Health Management and Policy at Michigan Public Health. Read more

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Patient Discrimination during a Health Care Encounter

New Research from Paige Nong

A new paper published this week in JAMA Network Open looks at patient experiences of discrimination in the US health system and found the types of discrimination a person could encounter in a health care setting varied, with the survey finding that 21% of non-institutionalized, English-speaking US adults have experienced discrimination while seeking medical care. Read more

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Advancing Care: Nurse Practitioners, At-Risk Communities, and the Ever-Expanding Education that Puts Nurses at the Heart of Serving Communities in Need

Nurses have been playing a unique and vital role in our battles against disease for centuries. Since the 1960s in the US, nurses have been at the forefront not only of health care services but also of health care administration and management. Nurses continue evolving their skills and the profession itself to meet needs beyond even their own imaginations and comfort levels. Read more