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Planned Parenthood Keystone says it is open to recognizing union for non-medical staff

The Planned Parenthood chapter that runs eight nonprofit health care centers in central and eastern Pennsylvania says it will recognize union representation for its non-managerial staff members. 

By Gabriela Martínez/WITF

Bad tech, staffing shortages hinder Pa. as it reassesses health care coverage for 1000s

Tens of thousands of people in Pennsylvania are believed to have wrongly lost their benefits since the state began “unwinding” pandemic-era protections.

By Katie Meyer/Spotlight PA

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There are too few Latino doctors in the US, study finds

The number of Hispanics working in health professions requiring advanced degrees is disproportionately small given they make up one of the fast-growing segments of the U.S. population, according to recent study.

By Gabriela Martínez/WITF

Pa. set to study pregnancy and birth complications, with goal of healthier outcomes

Pennsylvania ranks 26th among states for maternal mortality rates.

By Gabriela Martínez/WITF



Three ways Josh Shapiro’s budget would change public health in Pennsylvania

Shapiro's budget proposals include boosting money for public health agencies, programs to prevent maternal mortality, and taxing recreational marijuana sales.
By Ed Mahon/Spotlight PA

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