PatientEngagementHIT (1/24, Heath) reports, “Adults over age 65 in the US have more cost-related mental healthcare access challenges than seniors in other similarly developed nations, according to a recent assessment from the Commonwealth Fund,” and older people in the US “are significantly more likely to have to forgo mental healthcare access because they can’t afford it.” This is despite the fact that “health payer coverage under Medicare promises at least some degree of mental health coverage, the report pointed out.” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)