Nancy Lopez

Sara Rosenbaum2
Anmol Satiani1
Carlton E. Green1
2Sara Rosenbaum
1Anmol Satiani
1Carlton E. Green
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OBJECTIVES We determined whether state Medicaid programs cover recommended treatments for adult and pediatric obesity and to what extent states regulate the treatment and coverage of obesity by private insurers. METHODS We conducted a state-by-state document review of Medicaid manuals and private insurance laws and regulations. RESULTS Eight state(More)
OBJECT Magnetoencephalography (MEG) and magnetic source (MS) imaging are techniques that have been increasingly used for preoperative localization of epileptic foci and areas of eloquent cortex. The use of MEG examinations must be carefully balanced against the high cost and technological investments required to perform these studies, particularly when less(More)
This qualitative study was conducted to better understand the health needs and concerns of immigrant HIV-infected Latinas residing in the Midwest United States. Individual interviews (n = 18) were conducted in Spanish with Latinas in Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. Women were at different stages of acceptance about their HIV diagnosis and four common themes(More)
This policy brief examines Medicaid's assurance of medical transportation in the context of medically necessary but non-emergency health care. Reviewing the origins and evolution of the assurance and presenting the results of a 2009 survey of state Medicaid programs, the results of this analysis underscore Medicaid's unique capacity to not only finance(More)
  • Janet E. Helms, Hector Adames, Donna Bivens, Nayeli Chavez-Duenas, Rick Gibbons, Neha Gill +23 others
  • 2015
The Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture (ISPRC) was founded in 2000 at Boston College (BC), under the direction of Dr. Janet E. Helms, to promote the assets and address the societal conflicts associated with race or culture in theory and research , mental health practice, education, business, and society at-large. The Institute
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