Health disparities

Why augmenting black men in medicine is essential

Why augmenting black men in medicine is essential

Black male doctor providing care to an African American baby. Getty The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and the National Medical Association (NMA) recently announced a joint effort to convene the Collaborative Action for Black Men in Medicine to address the lack of representation of African American men in medicine. This effort follows a …

Why augmenting black men in medicine is essential Read More »

Waters installed as inaugural Chief of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Waters installed as inaugural Chief of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Thaddeus P. Waters, MD, is installed as the first Amol S. Lele, MD, professor and division chief of Maternal-Fetal Medicine by UB President Satish K. Tripathi, left, and Allison Brashear , MD, MBA, right, Dean of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Posted November 22, 2022 BILL BRUTON’S STORY Represents the “brightest and …

Waters installed as inaugural Chief of Maternal-Fetal Medicine Read More »

Viewpoint: Audio phone visits with medical providers remain crucial connections to delivering equitable healthcare, say Johns Hopkins medicine experts

Viewpoint: Audio phone visits with medical providers remain crucial connections to delivering equitable healthcare, say Johns Hopkins medicine experts

Newswise – Writing in the November 17 issue of New England Journal of Medicine, two telemedicine experts and a historian at Johns Hopkins Medicine say audio-only phone visits are a critical link to healthcare providers for patients who don’t have access to video visit options. Insurance coverage put in place during the pandemic for certain …

Viewpoint: Audio phone visits with medical providers remain crucial connections to delivering equitable healthcare, say Johns Hopkins medicine experts Read More »