Millions of Americans face mental health problems; some speak about it and others choose to remain silent. The agencies at the federal and state levels are taking measures to expand health care services and reach out to as many people as possible, but their efforts are not enough to bring in the desired result. Continue reading
A study conducted by Brennan Center for Criminal Justice at the New York University’s School of Law discovered that prisoners are required to pay for medical services they receive while in prisons. In most states, inmates are required to make copayment of up to $100 for medical treatment, the study says.
Those in the medical field who care for gravely ill or injured patients must come to terms with the possibility of witnessing death. Doctors and nurses working in emergency departments and intensive care units, for example, try every conceivable treatment to keep their patient alive, but when if the moment of death comes, the frustration and sadness is palpable.