Q&A: SOMOS Community Care physician on how national pharmacy location closures impact underserved patients

Plus:Insurance giant Empire names DeStefano president to lead NY commercial businessTeladoc revenue grows 8% in Q3 following growth of chronic care businessState announces $4M to expand mental health outpatient treatment opportunities Continue reading at 'Crains New York'

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Q&A: SOMOS Community Care physician on how national pharmacy location closures impact underserved patients

Plus:Insurance giant Empire names DeStefano president to lead NY commercial businessTeladoc revenue grows 8% in Q3 following growth of chronic care businessState announces $4M to expand mental health outpatient treatment opportunities Continue reading at Crains New York

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Community doctor on how pharmacy closures hurt underserved patients

For Dr. Juan Tapia Mendoza, a pediatrician at SOMOS Community Care, the closures can be a barrier to care in the neighborhoods he serves. Continue reading at Crains New York

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The National | Health-care fees, Transit woes, Inside Pearson airport

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National Geographic Turns Its Instagram Account Over to Women of Impact

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To Grow Consumer Revenue, Publishers Tap Into Communities Within Communities

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First National Antiracist Book Festival Launched by National Book Award Winner

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Starting this year, the National Book Awards will be open to non-citizens.

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National Book Awards Expand Eligibility to Non–U.S. Citizens

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2024 National Book Critics Circle Awards Finalists Announced

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This year, the nonprofit publisher won its first National Book Award for Craig Santos Perez's poetry collection 'from unincorporated territory [åmot].' Its publisher, Rusty Morrison, forecasts solid sales for that title, and others, this holiday season. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Justin Torres, Author of ‘Blackouts,’ Wins National Book Award for Fiction

Ned Blackhawk received the nonfiction award, with “The Rediscovery of America: Native Peoples and the Unmaking of U.S. History.” Continue reading at The New York Times

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Torres, Blackhawk, Santos Perez, Santat Win 2023 National Book Awards

'Blackouts,' 'The Rediscovery of America,' 'unincorporated territory [åmot],' 'The Words That Remain,' and 'A First Time for Everything' took home this year's National Book Awards at a ceremony that concluded with more than a dozen finalists calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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