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Pregnant women are feeling anxiety and uncertainty about the impact of the virus on their delivery and the health of their baby. Providers are responding by adopting telemedicine and helping their patients navigate uncertainty.
Today’s jobs report begins to reveal the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on employment. More than 700,000 jobs were lost since February.
Within the next few weeks, the US will experience a very large number of deaths from Covid-19. The evidence is now plain that these deaths will mostly be of individuals older than 60 years of age; many will be individuals past 80. Younger people already living with disabilities and illnesses associated with aging are also at risk.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is considered the gold standard of opioid use disorder treatment when paired with behavioral therapies, yet the number of primary care providers who practice MAT is surprisingly low.
Men are less likely to follow social distancing guidelines and orders compared to women, according to survey data released today by Altarum.
Altarum's new poll finds that 90% of Michigan residents would follow a shelter in place recommendation. Over 7,000 Michigan residents have completed the online poll about COVID-19 perspectives, attitudes, and behaviors since Thursday, March 19.
Altarum’s Elizabeth Burden moderated a session at the 2020 Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program (COAP) National Forum on the crucial role recovery housing plays in addressing substance misuse, and how jurisdictions and criminal justice sectors can form partnerships with peer-based housing operators.
Rick Keller of Altarum writes in Healthcare IT News that accurate outbreak data reporting depends on a standards-based and interoperable information infrastructure, which many jurisdictions across the U.S. still do not have.