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posted 06/28/2012

What the heck is an ACO, anyway? What you need to know that health reform is moving forward.

posted 07/26/2010

Camden, New Jersey, which sits across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, is known as one of the nation’s most violent and impoverished cities. But as Camden’s mostly black and Latino residents navigate dangerous streets and crushing poverty, they also face a broken healthcare system. With limited access to primary care, about half of all Camden residents visit a hospital every year. The top 10 reasons for emergency room visits were all primary care issues, with the common cold topping the list.

Christina Hernandez's Blog

What the heck is an ACO, anyway? What you need to know that health reform is moving forward. more »
posted 06/28/12
Camden, New Jersey, which sits across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, is known as one of... more »
posted 07/26/10

Christina Hernandez's Work

Violence-prevention program, Camden GPS Program, helps the city's assault victims.

An innovative healthcare nonprofit in Camden, one of the poorest and most dangerous cities in the country, comes up with a novel way to deliver care more efficiently and humanely.

Christina Hernandez reports on new technologies adopted by Camden hospitals in order to streamline medical records and reduce inefficiencies.