Working to Help End Health Disparities in Racial Minorities & Underserved Communities

As the U.S. continues to face the COVID-19 pandemic, which has disproportionately impacted communities of color, Centene Corporation, a leading multi-national healthcare enterprise, and the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF), an independent research and educational organization dedicated to ensuring high-risk racial and ethnic populations receive optimal healthcare are working in partnership on the “Minority and Rural Coronavirus Insights Study (MRCIS)” to assess the impact of COVID-19 on racial minorities and underserved communities across the country.

‘Down to My Last Diaper’: The Anxiety of Parenting in Poverty

For parents living in poverty, “diaper math” is a familiar and distressingly pressing daily calculation. Babies in the U.S. go through six to 10 disposable diapers a day, at an average cost of $70 to $80 a month. Name-brand diapers with high-end absorption sell for as much as a half a dollar each, and can

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‘No Mercy’ Bonus Episodes: More From Fort Scott, Kansas

Searching for the Nuns Who Ghosted Fort Scott Host Sarah Jane Tribble sets out on a mission to learn more about the Sisters of Mercy, the nuns who founded Fort Scott’s Mercy Hospital and were once prominent leaders of the community. Tribble’s first glimpse into their lives takes her to an old convent. To learn

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