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Outlets report on health news from Michigan, Kansas, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New York, Minnesota and Florida.
“This was an extraordinary year by any stretch of the imagination,” says National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Director John Draper.
A selection of opinions and editorials from around the country.
In regional news, budget cuts in Connecticut force mental health professionals to brace for more challenges to providing care. And Virginia says its pilot program to provide greater access to mental health services is too costly to continue.
Uno de cada cinco adultos de California, con niños viviendo en sus casas, fue golpeado, pateado o abusado físicamente cuando niño, y uno de cada 10 fue abusado sexualmente, según datos publicados por una fundación de salud infantil.
Americans are experiencing extreme election-related stress, and experts say it’s not going to go away on Nov. 9.
Focusing on parents can help end cycle of trauma for kids, experts say.
Outlets report on health news from California, Minnesota, Florida, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Kansas.
In the experiment, some states were allowed to use Medicaid funds to pay for inpatient emergency psychiatric care in private hospitals that normally wouldn’t qualify for Medicaid funding because they had too many beds. News outlets also report on Medicaid developments in Alabama and Georgia.
Outlets report on health news from Connecticut, Florida, California, Washington, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
In other hospital news, Banner Health acquires urgent care facilities in Phoenix and Tucson; Hennepin County (Minn.) Medical Center will give its psych ward a face lift; and a Georgia boy’s tragic accident leads to a hefty hospital bill.
Outlets report on health news from New Hampshire, Washington, California, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Kansas, Arizona, Iowa and Florida.
Not a single state has what professional groups deem a sufficient number of child psychiatrists, The Washington Post reports. Also, a presidential task force makes recommendations to bring mental health care to the same level as physical care.
In a report released Friday, a task force recommends patient education and more funding to enforce the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act.
It’s another day and there’s another photo going viral of a woman who overdosed with her child in the backseat. Cops and other experts say it’s a common scene because an overdose is more likely to be fatal at home where there’s a chance no one would find them for days.
A selection of opinions on the Affordable Care Act from around the country.
Each week, KHN’s Shefali Luthra finds interesting reads from around the Web.
Opinion and editorial writers offer their thoughts on a range of health policy topics.
Outlets report on health news from Florida, New Jersey, Colorado, Virginia, California, Georgia, Ohio, Maryland, New Hampshire and Washington.
Although high numbers of inmates struggle with mental health problems, some county and state officials are looking for innovative ways to deal with the issues.