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Telehealth May Worsen Physician Burnout: How to Avoid It

2023-06-26T10:22:43-04:00

By Aakanksha Deoli and Esther Martinez. Telehealth has been found to increase healthcare access, especially among vulnerable populations. During the pandemic, it ensured continuity of care while limiting exposure and kept mild cases outside of the hospital [...]

Telehealth May Worsen Physician Burnout: How to Avoid It2023-06-26T10:22:43-04:00

Report Release: Youth Mental Health in New Jersey: Current Status and Opportunities for Improved Services

2023-08-07T12:21:24-04:00

By Karen Lowrie and Brooke Schwartzman. Teens of today have faced major shifts in societal, environmental, community, familial, and individual spheres, heightened by racial and school-based violence and the COVID-19 pandemic, creating challenges [...]

Report Release: Youth Mental Health in New Jersey: Current Status and Opportunities for Improved Services2023-08-07T12:21:24-04:00

Does Reducing Administrative Burdens Increase Trust in Government?

2023-06-12T04:57:36-04:00

By Abigail Alcala. Political support of safety net and welfare programs in the United States has dwindled over the past few decades, with increasing sentiment that means-tested programs should be limited and conditional on certain behavioral requirements [...]

Does Reducing Administrative Burdens Increase Trust in Government?2023-06-12T04:57:36-04:00

Medicaid Unwinding: What It is and How New Jersey Plans to Address It

2023-05-25T05:35:36-04:00

By Amanda Hinton. As the public health emergency (PHE) ended last month the fate of many Medicaid enrollees still hangs in the balance. The continuous enrollment provision of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act [...]

Medicaid Unwinding: What It is and How New Jersey Plans to Address It2023-05-25T05:35:36-04:00

Community and Climate Dynamics: Projections for Water Assistance in New Jersey and Beyond

2023-05-23T11:31:11-04:00

By Josephine O’Grady. Due to a diverse range of water needs among communities, implementing water assistance programs continues to be a challenge in the United States. In 2016, an estimated 15 million Americans experienced water shutoffs [...]

Community and Climate Dynamics: Projections for Water Assistance in New Jersey and Beyond2023-05-23T11:31:11-04:00

Malpractice Risks with Telehealth: The Do’s and Don’ts 

2023-05-08T08:34:49-04:00

By Norelle Saada and Aakanksha Deoli  Telehealth gained popularity during the pandemic as virtual visits became a necessity to limit exposure. It soon grew exponentially and reached a record high, where telehealth utilization increased by 7060% nationally from 2019 to 2020 as it offered safer, more convenient, and accessible alternatives to continue receiving care during [...]

Malpractice Risks with Telehealth: The Do’s and Don’ts 2023-05-08T08:34:49-04:00

Insights on Ageism, Health Care, and the Digital Divide 

2023-05-05T15:57:33-04:00

By Epiphany Munz, Donita Devance, and Diane Hill, Ph.D. The World Health Organization (WHO) published the Global report on ageism to call attention to the discrimination that older adults face, along with recommendations for a framework to reduce its adverse effects, explaining “ageism pervades many institutions and sectors of society, including those providing health and [...]

Insights on Ageism, Health Care, and the Digital Divide 2023-05-05T15:57:33-04:00

Access to Nature for People with Disabilities: Updated Findings and Implications for New Jersey

2023-04-10T09:09:51-04:00

By Josephine O’Grady In New Jersey, one in five adults has a disability (CDC, 2022a). New Jersey residents with disabilities have higher rates of depression, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease than residents without a disability. The specific vulnerabilities relating to mental health among New Jersey residents mirror national mental health disparities. Across the U.S., adults [...]

Access to Nature for People with Disabilities: Updated Findings and Implications for New Jersey2023-04-10T09:09:51-04:00
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