Wellness/Prevention/Access

Non-Clinical Care Guides Offer Positive Approach to Patient Care

Diane Atwood

by Diane Atwood Richard Adair, MD, has been an internist for about 40 years. He is currently employed by Allina Health, a large not-for-profit network of hospitals and clinics in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. As is the case for health care providers across the coun­try, Adair gets to spend, on average, about 20 minutes with Read More

Fast Takes: News & Trend Lines, October 2013

Wide disparities in access and quality by state Access to affordable health care and the quality of care provided vary greatly for low-income people ($47,000 a year for a family of four) based on the state in which they live, according to a new report from the Commonwealth Fund. Geographic differences also extend to people Read More

Racing to Wellness: A Marketing Model for Wellness

Susan Dubuque

// By Susan Dubuque // This article is the third in a series on the role of marketing in the face of a changing health care environment. Health care marketers are being swept along in the frenzy of wellness and health promotion. But for most marketers, the concept is still ill-defined and a bit fuzzy Read More

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