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Millions of uninsured Latinos have been denied the opportunity to enroll for health insurance because of problems with CiudadoDeSalud.gov.
New research study’s results find one key factor in a surprising subset of participants. What is it and what is the effect on Black men?
Researchers use a single chart to demonstrate how the states that have blocked benefits of the Affordable Care Act are hurting their residents. See it here.
Racial gaps in breast cancer mortality rates vary wildly by state. Which states have the largest gaps? Which states have the smallest? And what do these states have in common?
Study that looked at several meals commonly linked with obesity found that one particular food stands out. Which is it?
Does growing up in a single-parent household put Black Americans at higher risk for long-term health problems? A new research study found a surprising link.
What are must-haves for a hospital system seeking to communicate its diversity commitment on its external website?
Walmart Foundation Gives $2.5 Million to Share Our Strength to Increase the Availability of Nutrition Education Programs for Families
Grant provides more than 100,000 Americans with access to Cooking Matters program, offering hands-on cooking classes, interactive grocery store tours and high-quality nutrition education nationwide.
Technology and unexpectedly high website traffic combine to frustrate those looking to enter the health-insurance marketplace.
On the job for just a matter of days, FOX News’ newest contributor takes conservative condemnation of the healthcare law to a new level.
The merger of Mount Sinai Medical Center and Continuum Health Partners has created a healthcare system that will need to increase its focus on diversity.
Dr. Jeanne Varrone, Vice President for Clinical Research at Boehringer Ingelheim, believes that there has never been a more important time for women to enter and succeed in the medical profession.
Kaiser Permanente Demonstrates Commitment to Early Detection With Guinness World Record in Mammograms
A total of 5,939 possibly lifesaving mammograms were administered at Kaiser Permanente facilities across the country.
The Affordable Care Act was partly inspired by a smaller-scale law already in place—and this one has worked.
Adding insult to injury, political posturing not only hurts those that the Affordable Care Act was intended to help the most, but also makes them subject to fines.
Insurance enrollment opens despite government shutdown. Here’s a guide to what you need to know.
Despite lower costs, Blacks are still less likely to take cholesterol medication than whites.
FREE previews of all presentations from DiversityInc's September 2013 event, "Culturally Competent Healthcare: How Diversity Creates Better Patient Outcomes."
More than 40 percent of patients make medical decisions based on religious beliefs but only 9 percent of physicians ask patients about their religious needs. How can hospitals eliminate this gap?
How are hospitals growing supplier-diversity efforts to mirror the increasing diversity of their patient base and using these efforts to strengthen community ties?
Learn how cultural competence among pharmacists can impact patient adherence to medication and treatment.
How resource groups improve outcomes by providing services such as translations, cultural intelligence and connections to community organizations; providing opportunities for recruitment, retention and development of employees; and helping build stronger partnerships with communities.
Tracking multicultural marketing investments and measuring ROI is no longer an impossibility.