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New Report Aims to Help Healthcare Sector Address Inequalities in Access to Specialty Care

Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Today, the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation and FSG are calling on the healthcare sector to address inequity in a new resource--Breaking the Barriers to Specialty Care: Practical Ideas to Improve Health Equity and Reduce Cost

Telemedicine Program with University of Virginia Ties Expanding with Help from Verizon

Article

A program that connects rural communities to doctors from Virginia and around the globe is expanding.

The Verizon Foundation, Swinfen Charitable Trust and the University of Virginia Health System recently announced the expansion of an innovative telemedicine program.

Click here to read this full article from original source, the Associated Press.

Innovations in Primary Care: Expanding Capacity to Treat Mental Health and Other Chronic Diseases

New ECHO Institute to Spread Transformative Care Delivery Model and Launch Innovative Mental Health and Substance Abuse Clinic; Expert Panel to Discuss Ways to Improve Access
Press Release

On Friday, June 14, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the GE Foundation, and the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center will announce a new national institute focused on replicating Project ECHO and the launch of an innovative mental health clinic that could serve as a model for expanding access to behavioral health care across the country.

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