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   On Monday, the NHS launched its Long Term Plan – with a focus on prevention, includes mental & physical health, community approaches, children and young people, and increased control for patients. This week’s guest blog looks at the Halton Lea Healthy New Town Partnership and how urban communities can be designed to benefit local health and […] The post URBAN CO-DESIGN FOR...


Asthma Undiagnosed in One in Five Urban Adolescents

THURSDAY, Jan. 17, 2019 -- The prevalence of undiagnosed asthma is 20.2 percent among urban adolescents, according to a study published online Jan. 15 in the Journal of Urban Health. Jean-Marie Bruzzese, Ph.D., from the Columbia University School of...

Springer launches interdisciplinary portal on urban studies

(Springer) To meet the changing needs of the research community, Springer has significantly expanded its urban studies publication programme and set up a specially dedicated urban studies portal. The portal compiles a comprehensive collection of books, open access publications, journal articles and reference works related to urban studies and is now available on

Sacramento Residents Can Build a Career in Healthcare with New Community Health Worker Pathway Program Partnership between Health Net, Sacramento City College, Greater Sacramento Urban League and WellSpace Health

Health Net: WHAT:   Health Net, Sacramento City College, Greater Sacramento Urban League and WellSpace Health have partnered to bring the Community Health Worker Certificate Program to the Greater Sacramento Urban League. This program will help more community mem...

The Smart Cities of the Future Are Already Taking Off

By 2040, about two-thirds of the world’s population will be concentrated in urban centers. Over the decades ahead, 90 percent of this urban population growth is predicted to flourish across Asia and Africa. Already, 1,000 smart city pilots are under construction or in their final urban planning stages across the globe, driving forward countless visions […]

What are rebates and why should we care?

A common refrain is that drug prices are too high. The question is, which price? List prices–i.e., the sticker price–almost no one pays. Patient copayments are set by health plan generosity and often are loosely correlated with the price a health plan pays. Any what does the health plan pay? To simplify, health plans pay…

What do gardens bring to urban ecosystems?

(American Society of Agronomy) Twin Cities research moves urban agriculture forward.

Sempre Health and UPMC Health Plan Expand Program to Improve Adherence for Critical Medications

Sempre Health, a solution for advancing behavior-based pricing reductions for medication adherence, and UPMC Health Plan, which is part of UPMC, the second largest integrated health system in the U.S., today announced an expanded collaboration to improve affordability and adherence for critical medications. Starting this week, Sempre Health and UPMC Health Plan will now make additional medicat...

BioNJ Announces Members Only Health Benefits Plan

BioNJ to Offer One of the First Industry Health Plan Solutions in America Trenton, NJ – Today BioNJ and the Affiliated Physicians and Employers Master Trust (“APEMT”) announced that they have reached a definitive agreement to allow BioNJ to become a sponsor in the APEMT Health Plan to benefit member companies of BioNJ. The new... Read the full article

Medical News Today: How to find private health insurance

Health insurance can be costly, and insurers are firm about applying their often rigid policies. There are many factors in choosing cover for you and your family that can alter both the price and the treatments available in the plan, as well as the way the plan works. Read on for help in choosing a plan.

5 urban legends about risk-adjusted diagnosis coding

When I talk to medical practices about hierarchical condition category (HCC) and risk-adjusted diagnosis coding, I receive a lot of questions that point to the existence of persistent urban legends! Let’s separate fact from fiction. Urban legend #1: CPT fee-for-service coding will be a distant memory when we switch from volume to value Not anytime […]

Vibra Health Plan Announces 2019 Medicare Advantage PPO Plans, Providing Personalized, ...

HARRISBURG, Pa., Oct. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Vibra Health Plan today announced Medicare Advantage plan options for 2019 featuring a Member Advocacy Program. Vibra Health Read more...

CVS offers "guaranteed net cost" to health plan clients

CVS Health says it will offer a new prescription benefit option to its health plan clients, giving them the total amount of r -More- 

InvestmentPitch Media Video Discusses Licensed Cannabis Producer FSD Pharma's Appointment of High Level Government Relations Executive, David Urban to Board of Directors - Video Available on

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - November 15, 2018) - FSD Pharma Inc. (CSE: HUGE) (FSE: 0K9) (OTCQB: FSDDF) has appointed David Urban to the company's Board of Directors. Mr. Urban is...

Hypoxic Dead Zones Found in Urban Streams, Not Just at the Coast

NewsErosion reshapes urban stream beds to become a series of hypoxia-prone pools.Contributed Author: 

Did urban planning around the car set the stage for rise in right-wing populism?

Urban planning decisions from decades past are likely a contributing factor to the rise of right-wing populism, a study from the University of Waterloo has found. The study looked at urban planning and voting data from post-World War Two to 2010 outside Toronto, Canada. It found that development patterns that led to the reliance on […]

Urban Skin Rx expands retail distribution

When Buying Your Own Health Plan, There’s Still A Big Ouch Factor If There’s No Subsidy

The least expensive health plan for a Wisconsin couple earning $125,000 costs $14,821.44 a year and has a $15,800 deductible. Another story examines options and the upcoming deadlines during open enrollment.

Preferred Health Insurance Solutions Provides Tips To Assist Young Adults Who Are Turning 26 And No Longer Covered By A Parent’s Health Insurance Plan

BEDFORD PARK, Ill. (PRWEB) December 27, 2018 Bob Dial, Chief Compliance Officer, Preferred Health Insurance Solutions (PHIS) began,“Since most 26 year old individuals selecting a health insurance plan for the first time are in good health, it is important they carefully evaluate all of thei...

Urban parks could make you happier

(University of Alabama at Birmingham) UAB researchers found spending 20 minutes in an urban park will make someone happier -- whether they are engaging in exercise or not during the visit.

Protected health information of 19K Toyota employees, health plan members potentially exposed

The personal and protected health information of about 19,000 current and former Toyota employees and health plan participants may be at risk following a breach that happened in August.

New Patient Assigned by Health Plan: PCP's Responsibility?

When a health plan assigns a new patient, who has to make the first move? Medscape

The urban training intervention increases physical activity in COPD patients

(Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal)) Increasing physical activity in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a key strategy -- and a major challenge -- in the fight against this respiratory disorder. According to a study published in European Respiratory Journal, the Urban Training intervention for COPD patients designed by the Barcelona Institute for Global Hea...

Urban park visit improves emotional well-being

Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Occupational Therapy have published new findings that suggest spending 20 minutes in an urban park will make someone happier regardless of whether they are engaging in exercise or not during the visit.

NHS long-term plan focuses on preventive health and genomics

Health and social care secretary Matt Hancock today unveils his long-term NHS plan, which focuses on people taking greater responsibility for their health, and recommends genetic technology as a way to prevent illnesses. He will reveal the plans a...

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