Melissa Goldstein Addresses Privacy Concerns in Human Research Regulations

Goldstein discusses updates to Common Rule for research with human participants.

To Support New HIV Initiative, New Analysis Recommends Sustained Support for Community Health Centers

Analysis estimates that community health centers serve 22 percent of people in the U.S. living with HIV who are receiving care for their condition

Publication Details How Medical-Legal Partnerships Can Promote Public Health and Health Justice

Medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) are a powerful tool for promoting public health and health justice that can both improve low-income families’ health and effect policy change at the institutional and community levels, according to an article published in Public Health Reports.

New Report Estimates That Up to 43,000 in Montana Could Lose Health Coverage Due to Medicaid Work Requirements

Parents of young children, caregivers for the disabled, seasonal workers and other poor people in rural areas of Montana would be most affected.

GAO Finds that Some State Medicaid Programs Are Not Meeting Federal Health Coverage Requirements

State-reported information on Medicaid coverage of abortions Report identifies seven key factors that could pose challenges to women accessing abortions.