Health & Wellness, an Opportunity of US$6.75 Trillion Paid Members Public
Universal health coverage will be achieved if properly implemented, meeting the demand for primary care for all. Causal analyses of 153 countries reveal increased health coverage improves access to needed care and the population's health, with the poorest benefiting the most.
Boston Scientific's Mission to Democratize Healthcare Access in Latin America Paid Members Public
A year after the Sprint, Boston Scientific’s use of ExO methodology has helped the company create 15 additional active projects in the Latin American region alone right now.
Psychosomatic: What Do the Brain and Body Tell Us About Health? Paid Members Public
Somatic symptoms can manifest at any age. You may find it in individuals who have a chaotic life, resistance to expressing and recognizing emotions, problems during childhood, sexual abuse, depression, personality disorders, drug use and other toxic-related substances, and condition of unemployment.
Barriers in Healthcare and How They’re Being Addressed Paid Members Public
A patient-centric approach means that planning, budgeting, monitoring, and evaluating decisions must empower patients and improve work quality and delivery for providers.
Psychological Aging Clocks: a Measure of Emotional Health and Well-being? Paid Members Public
Having seen how perceived age has a great influence on promoting health and coping with physical diseases, closer attention should be paid to how stressful life events negatively affect health outcomes and biological aging.
How Health Economics Will Improve Clinical Trials to Maximize Health Paid Members Public
Due to the increasing urgency of accessing healthcare services, and a patient-centric approach, decisions need to be more open, fair, and empowering of patient opinions. Health economics guarantees a decision-making framework.