Ritika Chaturvedi will lead the American Life in Real-time (ALiR) project, which will use digital technologies to create precision public health interventions that focus on reducing health disparities.
Recommendations To The Administration, Congress, And Other Federal, State And Local Leaders From Public Health, Medical, Policy And Legal Experts.
By Christen Linke Young, JD, Kavita Patel, Howard P. Forman, Elizabeth Fowler, Megan L. Ranney, Ruth J. Katz, Sara Rosenbaum, Timothy Stoltzfus Jost, Abbe R. Gluck, Erica Turret, Suhas Gondi and Adam Beckman
Drugs already being used to treat high blood pressure and cholesterol could reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, according to a new Schaeffer Center study of nearly 700,000 Medicare beneficiaries.
The researchers analyzed how long it took Los Angeles County emergency medical services to transport patients to CSCs, and found that traffic conditions affect consistent access, particularly in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods.