Integrated Healthcare Works!

I was reading about some awesome work being done by foundations like the Nicholson Foundation and health systems like Cherokee Health to bring integrated health to the underserved and those with behavioral health concerns. The premise is that the more services you offer at the primary care office, the greater chance that patient is going to get the help that they need. This makes perfect sense as people are more likely to make excuses rather than go to follow up appointments and the like. The best part is that they are having great results. They are reaching people who are uninsured or underinsured and providing them with high quality care. Their efforts are resulting in healthier commun

Colleges and Universities Need Health and Wellness Education Stations

My daughter is a freshman in college. She had to visit the infirmary this week to deal with a cold. As I was asking questions about what her diagnosis was, what meds were given, and the directions to administer them, I realized that there is a significant need for health and wellness education stations on campuses. Aside from dealing with issues like safe sex, respect, behavioral health, and campus events, these stations could inform students about preventing pink eye, mono, mumps, the flu, and other communicable diseases. Topics like alcohol, drug, and tobacco abuse can be covered as can anorexia and bulimia. Diet, nutrition, and exercise content can help spur to get students moving and

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