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Health Policy, Care Coordination, and Racial and Ethnic Disparities Among US Adults Aged 18-64 with Serious Psychological Distress
About one in five Americans have a mental health condition, and in any given year, 3-5% of the population experiences serious psychological distress (SPD). The goal of this dissertation is to examine the impact of health ...
THE EXAMINATION OF NATIONAL-NUTRITION POLICIES ON NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASE MORTALITY AT VARIOUS STAGES OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A CROSS-COUNTRY PERSPECTIVE
The acceleration of economic growth over the past few decades introduces the need to reorient policy to address the needs and challenges for a healthier population. This paper will review the effectiveness of national ...
THE EFFECT OF OWN RACE/ETHNICITY DENSITY ON INSURANCE TAKE-UP BY ASIAN AMERICANS
Asian Americans are the fastest growing minority population in the U.S. (Lopez et al., 2017). Since the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), Asian Americans have benefitted from insurance ...
The Impact of International Accreditation on The Quality of Health Services at King Fahd University Hospital, Saudi Arabia: A Mixed Methods Approach
The Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) is perceived worldwide as the symbol of exceptional quality of care. Despite the popularity of international accreditation, evidence of its effectiveness on improving ...
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Preterm Birth: A Systematic Review
Adverse childhood Experiences (ACEs) elevate one’s risk for poor health outcomes later in life such as psychiatric disorders, cardiovascular disease, depression, anxiety, obesity, diabetes, poor fetal health, and liver ...