New! Thirty-Day Readmission Rates Among Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries
Having a 30-day physician follow-up had differential effects in urban versus rural locations, yet rural residents had a higher rate of follow-up care. The Journal of Rural Health in the August 2015 issue helps to understand the impact of adequate follow-up care, and how rural populations are successful, would be beneficial to understand. Substantial savings could accrue if interventions reduced readmissions among dual-eligible beneficiaries
Defining the Rural HIV Epidemic
The publication of Defining the Rural HIV Epidemic: Correlations of 3 Definitions-South Carolina, 2005-2011 in The Journal of Rural Health in the December 2013 issue helps to gain a better understanding of the HIV epidemic in rural South Carolina.
Higher Risk of Death In Rural Blacks And Whites Than Urbanites
South Carolina Rural Health Research Center is pleased to announce the publication of Higher Risk Of Death In Rural Blacks And Whites Than Urbanites Is Related To Lower Incomes, Education, And Health Coverage in the October 2011 issue of Health Affairs..