Yale VAMOS Program Provides Holistic Vascular Care
The Vascular Medicine OutcomeS (VAMOS) program at Yale University, an integral program supported by the Yale New Haven Health’s Heart and Vascular Center and Center for Musculoskeletal Care, includes a global team of interventional cardiologists, vascular surgeons, podiatrists, radiologists, allied health professionals, and outcomes researchers committed to transforming how PAD is diagnosed and treated, and how patients access care.
Click, Click, Cook: Online Grocery Shopping Leaves ‘Food Deserts’ Behind
A Yale University analysis found that most people in “food deserts” in eight states would increase their access to healthy, nutritious food if they purchase groceries online and had the food delivered as part of the federal government’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
Applications Are Open for InnovateHealth Yale Seed Funding
InnovateHealth Yale (IHY) will award up to $5,000 in seed funding to innovative solutions which address a health challenge that disproportionately impacts low-income communities in the United States or low-resource countries. The award is open to all Yale students and a team may include non-Yale students (the project leader must be a Yale student).
"De-stigmatizing Disability: Tribulations and Triumphs of Disability at Yale," on Oct. 30
Yale School of Medicine invites you to a conversation on how we are embracing disability as a central component to achieving diversity, equity and inclusion at Yale. Learn from Yale students and faculty living with disabilities and from other subject matter experts.
Study Links Insurance Coverage to Access to Hospital Care
Compared to privately insured patients, individuals who lack insurance or use Medicaid are more likely to be transferred to another hospital after receiving initial treatment in the emergency department (ED). The uninsured are also at greater risk of being discharged from an ED and not admitted to the hospital. These findings reveal disparities in access to hospital care linked to insurance coverage, said Yale researchers.
Screening of "The Providers," a Documentary on Rural Health Care, on Wednesday Evening, March 6
Set against the backdrop of the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America, THE PROVIDERS follows three "country doctors" in New Mexico at clinics offering care to all, regardless of ability to pay. Admission to the screening and the panel discussion that follows is free.Source: Yale Calendar of Events
Marietta Vázquez Appointed Vice Chair for Diversity for Pediatrics
The Department of Pediatrics is pleased to announce the appointment of Marietta Vázquez, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, as vice chair for diversity, equity and inclusion. Vazquez is a pediatric infectious diseases specialist at Yale School of Medicine.
Breast cancer care in U.S. territories lags behind care in states
Older women residing in the U.S territories are less likely to receive recommended or timely care for breast cancer compared with similar women residing in the continental United States, according to Yale researchers. Their findings were published in the March issue of Health Affairs.