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Added March 26, 2024

National Aging and Disability Transportation Center 2023 Innovations Showcase
Offers descriptions, lessons learned, replication advice, and contact information for 14 transportation projects across the country. Projects cover accessibility, coordination, cross jurisdictional boundaries, equity, healthcare access, and technology. Includes rural projects in Virginia and Massachusetts.
Date: 03/2024
Type: Document
Sponsoring organization: National Aging and Disability Transportation Center
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Rural and Urban Clinician Views on COVID-19's Impact on Substance Use Treatment for Individuals on Community Supervision in Kentucky
Examines the impacts of COVID-19 on the substance use disorder (SUD) treatment system. Provides information from 25 interviews with rural and urban community supervision clinicians within the Kentucky Department of Corrections (DOC). Discusses issues such as telehealth, technological challenges, inter/intra-agency collaboration, client information, and more.
Author(s): Carrie B. Oser, Maria Rockett, Sebastian Otero, et al.
Citation: Health & Justice, 12, 12
Date: 03/2024
Type: Document
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Satisfaction with Care among Cancer Survivors with Medicare Coverage: Are there Rural Versus Urban Inequities?
Analyzes rural and urban satisfaction with a variety of aspects of healthcare among cancer survivors, including convenience of getting to providers and ability to meet all healthcare needs at a single location. Utilizes 2020 Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey data adjusted for demographic factors, health insurance, and overall health.
Author(s): Tyrone F. Borders
Citation: Journal of Primary Care & Community Health, 15
Date: 03/2024
Type: Document
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Uplifting Community Voices: Housing and Health
Examines the Healthy Beginnings at Home (HBAH) and Families Flourish programs and their impact on improving housing stability and maternal, child, and family health and well-being in Ohio. Includes a county-level map showing percentage of citizens spending 30% or more of income on mortgage or rent, as well as metro versus nonmetro statistics related to living/housing wages.
Author(s): Tonni Oberly, Robin Blair-Ackison, Carrie Almasi
Date: 03/2024
Type: Document
Sponsoring organization: Health Policy Institute of Ohio
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