Community-Based Care: Combatting the Opioid Epidemic

Community-Based Care: Combatting the Opioid Epidemic

NIH funds study to reduce opioid related deaths by 40 percent over three years Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts conducted a survey in January 2019 indicating that more than a quarter of Massachusetts residents know someone who died of an opioid overdose. The...
Closing Rural Health Access Shortages with Technology

Closing Rural Health Access Shortages with Technology

How technological developments can address gaps in quality careRoughly 59 million people—almost 20 percent of the U.S. population—live in rural areas. The CDC found that rural Americans are at greater risk for developing chronic health conditions and their mortality...
More Hepatitis C Treatment Options for People Who Inject Drugs

More Hepatitis C Treatment Options for People Who Inject Drugs

How multiple intensive care models could improve medication adherence and treatment outcomes in the direct-acting antiviral eraRates of acute Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection remain high in the United States and other developed countries. It is the leading cause of...

emocha Partners: Contributions to Developments in Tuberculosis

emocha partners highlighted advancements and findings in the field of tuberculosis Held from April 23-26 in Atlanta, Georgia, the 2019 National TB Conference: Innovate, Implement, Impact—sponsored by the National Tuberculosis Controllers Association—highlighted...
Focused on Expansion, emocha Announces Official Move

Focused on Expansion, emocha Announces Official Move

With a growing team and business model, emocha moves its headquarters and offices to Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore.One of the first tenants at FastForward 1812—a Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV) innovation hub of office, co-working, and conference...