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Uber Helps Addicts. Hospitals Face Debt. 1M Health Workers Risk Unemployment.


#MakeHealthPrimary Journal

August 9 · Issue #5 · View online

We have a dream that one day medical professionals in America will provide the world’s best care to anyone; regardless of race, gender, sexuality, socioeconomic or immigration status.

The U.S. Health Bill has caused Americans great pain and relief in these last few years.  Medical professionals have found ways to work around and inside Obamacare to please citizens.  The demand for education in nursing is at an all time high, as more nurses are needed for multiple urgent care clinics and home health care options become available.  What is essential is the primary care that all of us need to prevent disease. Prevention is key and as a country, how can we all contribute to the survival of the U.S. healthcare system? Read my Editor’s Letter for my thoughts on this subject. – Fallon Davis

Hospitals see blood transfusions drop
Nurses launch clinics for medically underserved areas
MultiCare camp helps high school students' careers
Nearly 1 million health workers risk losing their jobs
Rural hospitals caring for uninsured face debt
Opioid care faces major loss if Senate defunds Medicaid
UW Health internship promotes diversity in the medical field
Hospital garden tour funds scholarships for aspiring medical students
Free Uber rides for addiction recovery patients soars
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