Telehealth: Health and Policy Significance; Connecting Chronic Illness and Rare Disease Patients to Comprehensive Care in the U.S.
This was created by Alexandra Crocker for a health policy class at Franklin and Marshall College. The graphic went alongside a presentation discussing the importance of telehealth, the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC), and comprehensive care for rare disease and chronic illness patients in the U.S.
Intérpretes: ¿Dónde están cuando los necesitamos? Hay recursos disponibles que se mantienen ocultos para quienes más los necesitan.
This is a piece written by Alexandra Crocker that was published in an official Spanish bulletin at Franklin and Marshall College. It is about the need for more interpreters, especially in medical settings.
OpEd: Improving Access to Telehealth: The Case for Interstate Medical Licensure Compact With a Focus on Rare Diseases and Chronic Illnesses
Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and COVID-19 Infection and Vaccination
Jonna Crocker is an Applied Economics and Management major at Cornell University and, within these Rare Reflections, analyzes and discusses rare disease issues relating to her field of study.