Physician burnout is a public health epidemic that adversely affects health care and delivery. Mounting evidence indicates that systematic change is required. As technological advancements and innovative cost-cutting payment plans are introduced, policies must contend with the implications of the burden placed on physicians. Physician wellbeing should be a focus in the goal to provide quality, cost-effective care in America.Learn More
Issue at a Glance
IHPL periodically develops briefs on current issues with a special focus on oral health, hunger, and mental/behavioral health. We hope that our “Issue At A Glance” will inform our readers and spark a dialogue among stakeholders to better promote health and prevent disease.
Despite California's expanded dental coverage for low-income families, the cost of care and access to dental health providers prevent millions of Californians from receiving adequate oral care.Learn More
Food insecurity affects over 12 percent of families nationwide and about the same percentage of families across California.1,2 In San Bernardino County, 11 percent of families are estimated to be food insecureLearn More
Many Californians continue to lack health care coverage even after the passage of the Affordable Care Act. This Brief examines the remaining uninsured in the Inland Empire.Learn more