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Digital Health in Pediatrics

July 25, 2018

Despite progress in integrated care, many pediatric facilities remain constrained by fragmentation, sub-optimal service coordination, the provision of timely intervention, problems with accessibility, and the availability of special services, etc. Digital health technology, which has been successfully integrated into other areas of healthcare to minimize such hurdles, is not routinely used for behavioral care in pediatrics. 

Due to the flexibility of delivery, E-therapeutics can reduce barriers to health care, help engage and retain patients and families in services, and provide education, guidance, and community support. …

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Running my first Marathon in Honor of Paul Farmer

March 27, 2018

Dear friends,

Thank you for visiting my fundraising page! In less than two weeks, I will be running my first marathon and doing so in honor of Partners in Health and Paul Farmer for giving me the courage to believe in myself and pursue my dream of contributing to social science by researching ways in which to translate human goodness into metrics that sharpen our perspective of human compassion and kindness.

When Paul Farmer and Ophelia Dahl first travelled to Haiti, a country said to be “the poorest on earth,”…

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The Effects of the Medical and Behavioral Integration Initiative

February 17, 2017

The positive effects of integrated medical and behavioral health care are confirmed by an ever growing body of evidence. The literature claims that effective integration has the potential to improve patient health and significantly lower costs. Yet it offers few practical tips for start-ups. Is integrated care feasible only for well-funded practices with unlimited academic support? Ample resources and support do help, but in certain situations it is not the dearth of resources, but rather the dearth of imagination that limits robust growth in health care….

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How the love for reading books can save babies in Siberia. Students at McKinley Elementary know the answer.

September 22, 2016

JP Licks is donating part of the proceeds to the “Protecting Newborns agains HIV in Russia”, a program currently underway in Siberia, endorsed by Partners in Health.

Partners in Health is a global leader in development of global health care. “Global health is key to global order and security” (“Better Health for poor women and children will strengthen global security”, The Hill, July 26, 2016, written by Partners in Health CEO, Professor of Psychiatry, Dr. Gary L. Gottlieb)….

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