Low coverage but few inclusion errors in Burkina Faso: a community-based targeting approach to exempt the indigent from user fees
- Free clinic breaks barriers for poor kids in Hamilton. de Montalk, Jen // New Zealand Doctor;6/5/2013, p21
The article reports on the opening of the Parentline Family Health Centre which will provide free healthcare to vulnerable families in Hamilton, New Zealand on May 13, 2013.
- A Place to Heal. Kiser, Kim // Minnesota Medicine;Feb2010, Vol. 93 Issue 2, p9
The article focuses on the development and establishment of medical respite center in Minnesota. It mentions that the development of these center is an initiative of Cathy ten Broeke, head at the End Homelessness office in Henneoin County, Minnesota. Broeke took this initiative after she found...
- Non profit groups open health center. // South Florida Times;11/26/2015, Vol. 25 Issue 48, p1B
The article reports that nonprofit groups Genesis Community Health and Boca Helping Hands, in a partnership are set to open a new medical center in downtown Boca Raton, Florida in order to serve the city's low income population.
- Prevention and Solidarity. Jardim, Claudia // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Jan2005, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p35
Discusses the democratization of public health in Venezuela. Impact of privatization and decentralization on public health facilities; Criticism of Venezuelan physicians for not attending to the needs of people in barrios; Justification of the rejection by the great majority of Venezuelan...
- Tennessee's state funded health care faces crisis. Charatan, Fred // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);05/15/99, Vol. 318 Issue 7194, p1307
Reveals the severe budget crisis of faced by Tenncare, healthcare program for low income people in Tennessee. Reason the state withdrew from the federal Medicaid programme of feed for service payments; Proposal made by Governor Don Sundquist (R-Tenn.); Financial data of the program.
- Community R.Ph.s in free Rx program for needy. Ukens, Carol // Drug Topics;8/22/94, Vol. 138 Issue 16, p24
Reports on a demonstration project that will provide free prescription drugs to indigent patients at community health centers nationwide. Sharing the Care program; Drugs contributed by Pfizer Inc.
- UNDERGOING TRANSFORMATION TO THE PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOME IN SAFETY NET HEALTH CENTERS: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE FRONT LINES. Quinn, Michael T.; Gunter, Kathryn E.; Nocon, Robert S.; Lewis, Sarah E.; Vable, Anusha M.; Hui Tang; Seo-Young Park; Casalino, Lawrence P.; Huang, Elbert S.; Birnberg, Jonathan; Burnet, Deborah L.; Summerfelt, W. Thomas; Chin, Marshall H. // Ethnicity & Disease;Summer2013, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p356
Objectives: Safety net health centers (SNHCs), which include federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) provide primary care for underserved, minority and low income patients. SNHCs across the country are in the process of adopting the patient centered medical home (PCMH) model, based on...
- The Local Option. Buntin, John // Governing;Feb2010, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p26
The article reports on the actions taken by the local governments of Montgomery, Alabama to provide solutions to local health-care problems. It states that the city established a health clinic that will serve 25,000 low-income residents each year. It adds that Jackson Hospital donated a parcel...
- Engaging Communities for Better Health Care Services. Cheriyan, George; Arya, Om Prakash // India Economy Review;Jan2011, Vol. 7, p118
The article examines the deficiencies of the medical services in India, most especially to its poor and vulnerable section. An elaboration on the three-tier structure of the Indian primary healthcare system, comprised by the Community Health Center (CHC), Primary Health Center (PHC) and its...