Rishi Manchanda
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Checklist to move your healthcare upstream

(Adapted from the The Upstream Doctors)Healthcare can be better when all of us, including our doctors and nurses, have the right tools and support to fix the upstream causes of illness in our lives. That’s why the future of health care depends on growing and supporting more “upstreamists.” These are the rare innovators on the front lines of health care who see that health (like sickness) is more than a chemical equation that can be balanced with pills and procedures administered within clinic…See More
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"hello rishi great work you are doing..don't know if you have many community psychiatrists engaged with health begins, but i am one..  i am in pittsburgh- now an older doc, but long involved in pursuit of health equity by addressing the…"
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Checklist to move your healthcare upstream

Posted on September 13, 2014 at 4:37pm 0 Comments

(Adapted from the The Upstream Doctors)

Healthcare can be better when all of us, including our doctors and nurses, have the right tools and support to fix the upstream causes of illness in our lives. That’s why the future of health care depends on growing and supporting more “upstreamists.” These are the rare innovators on the front lines of health…

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Your Story in a TED Talk: Are You Moving Health Care Upstream?

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Do you know a clinic that helped move health care upstream by addressing the social and environmental conditions that make people sick? Have you played a role in moving healthcare upstream?

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On August 6th, I will record a TED Talk about…

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A powerful prescription for better public health: raise the minimum wage

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[This blog was posted on  The Pump Handle and is cross-posted with the author's permission)

by Rajiv Bhatia, M.D.

Over the past three decades, real wages for low-income workers in the United States have either stagnated or declined. The federal minimum wage is intended to…

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At 4:22pm on November 8, 2013, Ken Thompson said…

hello rishi

great work you are doing..don't know if you have many community psychiatrists engaged with health begins, but i am one..  i am in pittsburgh- now an older doc, but long involved in pursuit of health equity by addressing the causes of the causes social determinants/processes of health and building the health opportunity ladder.  (i spent some time in medical school in scotland years ago, when the black report was released- the report that thatcher sequestered..and then later back in the UK when new labor was pursuing health action zones and new deals for neighborhoods- all efforts to address the social elements of health.  meanwhile, in psychiatry, we have a long standing clinical tradition of addressing the social determinants of health in clinical practice- housing, income, nutrition, education, vocation, family, and now primary care- have all been addressed on the community psychiatric team.  there might be some things we have been up to that might be of interest to you? do you know any community psychiatrists??

ken thompson

 
 
 

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