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Chess players are known to make a mental map of their future moves. The goal: be as prepared as possible by predicting an opponent’s potential moves and formulating a response, even if that response ends up unnecessary.
Beyond Intervention: Poor access, diagnosis and treatment of women's vascular health are having disastrous effects.
What happens when the medical caretakers are ill-equipped to care for your personal caretakers?
The answer — so far — for the cardiovascular care of women and people of color has not been encouraging. Conscious or unconscious gender, racial and ethnic biases are adversely impacting their health on the whole. And the costs are staggering.
A conversation with the people who know best how we can talk and work with each other for trust and lasting change.
Near the end of an almost hour-long conversation about race, equity, the healthcare industry and its systems — and where they all intersect but often fail to truly connect — John Gregory makes the point he most wants you to take away by asking the most fundamental question: "What systemic change will this make?"
Gregory has been working to bring change to systems — societies, really — for a quarter century, if not his whole life.
He's done that through building partnerships and bringing people together.
In this Q&A, hear from Abbott's chief economist on the future of health technology and its economic impact.
The traditional healthcare model has become more agile and connected seemingly overnight, just as technology — like Abbott’s COVID-19 rapid tests and FreeStyle Libre system — is empowering people to take ownership of their health like never before.
Abbott's Future Well Communities program is filling a diabetes treatment and education gap and helping build health equity
Alexis Jones would describe herself as a "change agent."
A woman living with diabetes, she’s watched many of her own family members struggle with the disease over the years. Now, she’s on a mission to educate her community about the risks of the chronic condition that impacts nearly 60% of adults in her hometown of Stockton, California.
Global Child Forum, in collaboration with Boston Consulting Group, analyzed and ranked 832 companies across all industries, evaluating performance in three categories on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the highest score: