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Mothers, newborns, young children, and adolescents lose 20% of health and social services to COVID-19

Mothers, newborns, young children and adolescents lose 20% of health and social services to COVID-19

Mothers, newborns, young children, and adolescents lose 20% of health and social services to COVID-19 Mothers, newborns, young children, and adolescents lose 20% of health and social services to COVID-19 by UN Secretary-General’s Independent Accountability Panel for Every Woman, Every Child, Every Adolescent Mothers, newborns, young children and adolescents are …

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    Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services

    Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services

    Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services Only one in four U.S. hospitals with ICUs have tele-ICU services (HealthDay)—In 2018, half of U.S. hospitals had the capacity to conduct telehealth-based outpatient visits, while only one in four had tele-intensive care unit (tele-ICU) capabilities, according to a …

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      HIV-positive men are not receiving STD testing, prevention services

      HIV+ men are not receiving STD testing, prevention services

      HIV-positive men are not receiving STD testing, prevention services HIV-positive men are not receiving STD testing, prevention services (HealthDay)—Many sexually active men who have sex with men (MSM) do not receive recommended prevention services and sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing when receiving care for HIV infection, according to a research …

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        Telepsychiatry services expand access to behavioral health care

        Telepsychiatry services expand access to behavioral health care 2

        (HealthDay)—Two studies published online Feb. 5 in Psychiatric Services show the successful use of telepsychiatry services in different settings. Rain E. Freeman, M.P.H., from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and colleagues surveyed U.S. emergency departments to assess telepsychiatry services. In 2016, one in five emergency departments reported receiving telepsychiatry, with …

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