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Sep 2014

Pocket Guide to Health Care Terms

The “Pocket Guide to Health Care Terms” is produced by the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health as a resource in understan ...

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Apr 2014

Issue Brief: A Profile of the Uninsured in South Carolina

Most South Carolinians have health insurance coverage of some kind.  However, based on census data released in December of 2013, 16.8% ...

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Jan 2014

The Role and Value of Portable Play Equipment in the Child Care Center

A new report released by the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health (IMPH), in partnership with the South Carolina Departmen ...

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Mar 2013

Considering Sodium Intake Reduction Strategies in South Carolina

The South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health (IMPH), in partnership with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environme ...

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Nov 2012

Pocket Guide to Health Care Terms – June 2012 Edition

The Pocket Guide to Health Care Terms is produced by the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health as a resource in understandi ...

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Nov 2012

A Case Study of Two South Carolina Communities Pursuing Complete Streets Policies

The South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health, with support from the  Association of State and Territorial Health Off ...

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Nov 2012

South Carolina Perspectives on a Health Insurance Exchange

In an effort to support the work of the South Carolina Health Planning Committee, the South Carolina Department of Insurance  ...

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Oct 2012

Pocket Guide to Health Care Terms

The Pocket Guide to Health Care Terms is produced by the South Carolina Public Health Institute as a resource in understanding the ...

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Sep 2012

A Report On Frequent Users Of Hospital Emergency Departments in South Carolina

Emergency Departments (EDs) serve as important community resources and are an important source of patients and revenue for hospitals. EDs ac ...

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