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  • Christian Community Health Fellowship

    topics: accessible health care, health care

    Christian Community Health Fellowship is a nationwide network of people involved in providing health care to underserved communities. CCHF educates, assists and inspires its members to provide healthcare to the poor in a way that reflects the character and message of Christ. (En inglés)

  • Doctors Without Borders

    topics: accessible health care, health care

    Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization working in more than 60 countries to assist people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe.

  • Goshen College Bulletin

    topics: affordability

    An article about Maple City Health Care Center's More Than Money program. The Goshen College Bulletin is a monthly publication for alums of the college.

  • Goshen News - Affordable Prescriptions

    topics: affordability

    Maple City Health Care Center offers affordable prescriptions through the federal 340B Drug Discount Program.

  • Goshen News - Primary Health Care Shortage

    topics: health care

    A newspaper article about the shortage of primary health care in the Goshen area. The article features comments from James Nelson Gingerich, Maple City Health Care Center's Guardian of Vision.

  • Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved

    topics: affordability, health care

    A journal to disseminate information on the health of, and health care for, low income and other medically under-served communities. The journal is for health care practitioners, policy makers, and community leaders who are in a position to effect meaningful change. The journal deals with access to, quality of, and cost of health care.

  • Lowering Costs in Camden New Jersey

    topics: affordability, relationships

    An in-depth article about Jeffrey Brenner and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. By increasing the intensity of primary care and focusing on relationship-based care, Brenner realized a 40% reduction in the cost of health care. Interestingly, the amount of Brenner's savings parallels data about the cost of health care for Maple City Health Care's Medicaid patients (40% lower than the state average).

  • MSNBC - Holes in the Safety Net: Medicaid Falls Short

    topics: affordability

    A web article about Medicaid. The article describes the experience of one of Maple City Health Care Center's patients.

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