UM: Health

U.S. News & World Report has a piece on a study by researchers at UM’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, who found that uninsured children with no regular source of health care are likely to have unmet medical needs. Says lead author Dr. Leesha K. Hoilette, a pediatric health services research fellow: “As the nation continues to focus on the future of health care, and, in particular, health care for children, it seems insufficient to focus policy efforts on either health-care coverage or access alone. Initiatives must be targeted in tandem to increase both coverage and access to reduce unmet medical need.” [Source]