Press Release: In the August Issue - Optimizing Post-Acute Care Response to the Pandemic

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MODESTO CA USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE™ -- AUGUST 24, 2020: The August issue of Population Health News features the article, "Optimizing Post-Acute Care Response to the Pandemic," by Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA, and Ann Marks, BSN, RN, MBA, CCM. Population Health News is the monthly publication from Health Policy Publishing, LLC, which also offers Accountable Care News; Value Based Payment News; and HealthChangeBulletin.

The August issue of Population Health News includes these features:
  • Optimizing Post-Acute Care Response to the Pandemic by Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA, and Ann Marks, BSN, RN, MBA, CCM
  • Housing Conditions Affect Cardiovascular Health Risks by Michelle Kirkwood
  • Health Disparities in Rural US: Higher Coronary Artery Disease Death in Women Under 65 and People With Heart Failure by Bridgette McNeill
  • Thought Leaders' Corner: What are some examples of racial disparities in healthcare outcomes?
  • SDoH News with a brief regarding research from the Department of Population Health at NYU
  • Industry News with briefs regarding JAMA Network Open, SIUE School of Pharmacy, TPP Capital, and SPH Analytics
  • Catching Up With... Graham Mackay
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