Published: March 8, 2020 by RHJ Producer Poor children often can’t access healthcare or other needs in spite of decades of efforts. A pediatrician who has established clinics for the poor discusses the problem. Guest Information: Dr. Irwin Redlener, Professor of Pediatrics, Columbia University School of Medicine and Mailman School of Public Health and co-founder, Children’s Health Fund Program #: 20-10Segment Type: Feature StoriesTopics: Diagnoses| Discrimination & Racism| Economics & Finance| Health Care| Misdiagnoses| Poverty| Public Health & Public SafetyGuests: Dr. Irwin RedlenerInstitutions & Organizations: Columbia UniversityShare this:TwitterFacebookPinterestPocketTelegramEmailMoreWhatsAppLinkedInTumblrSkypePrint Related Segments: Big Chicken Party Food Safety The Good and Bad of Medical Crowdfunding (2018 version) Medical Notes: Week of September 30, 2018 Medical Notes: Week of March 19, 2017 A Doctor Who Really Can Feel Your Pain Previous Post: « Medical Notes: Week of March 1, 2020 Next Post: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (2020 version) » About RHJ ProducerSince 1992, Radio Health Journal has been bringing listeners useful, verifiable information they can trust and rely on in the fields of medicine, science & technology, research, and the intersection of health & public policy. Both Radio Health Journal and Viewpoints Radio are productions of MediaTracks Communications. Reaching over 6 million listeners across the nation each week.