Tag Archives: It’s

It’s possible to end HIV epidemics among people who inject drugs in low- and middle-income countries

HIV incidence is below 0.1% per year among people who inject drugs in a large Vietnamese city, Professor Don Des Jarlais and colleagues report in the December issue of AIDS. They say the data clearly demonstrate that it is possible to achieve very low HIV incidence – ‘to end an HIV epidemic’ – among people… Read More »

It’s not entirely clear how the government will pay for Trump’s $200 Medicare cards

President Donald J. Trump talks about his healthcare vision and signs executive order in Charlotte NCÂ United States on September 24, 2020. Peter Zay | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images In a speech unveiling his health-care “vision” for America, President Donald Trump made a surprise announcement: that cash cards will soon be sent to millions… Read More »

From Naysayer to Partner: How User Expectations and Needs Are Changing IT’s Role

Steven Goriah, VP of IT, CIO & CISO, Westchester Medical Center During the early weeks of the Covid-19 pandemic, there was a lot of focus on digital health, and the potential it had to improve patient care while increasing efficiency. But as leaders take a stock of how their teams responded — and how it… Read More »

‘It’s Not COVID, It’s ______’: The Pandemic Has Affected You (Whether You Know It or Not)

Our brain is literally not working as well because it has to accommodate being in a world full of uncertainty, stress, and fear. August 20, 2020 by Justin Lioi Leave a Comment I’ve noticed a pattern these last few weeks: Clients telling me about their worries, relationship issues, anger management concerns, depressive symptoms and when… Read More »