April 29, 2015
Recently the preliminary results from the 2015 National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®) and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Match were released. What do they tell us?
May 1, 2015 | Health Professionals
The Prevention of Maternal Mortality Network teams' major success over eight years of support was identifying and testing three key approaches for preventing maternal mortality that were practical and applicable.
Faced with the daunting realities of the Ebola epidemic, health care professionals across the U.S. raised their collective voice to advocate for equity as a key weapon against Ebola, signing the Health Professionals’ Petition Regarding Emergency Measures for Ebola Control.
In Armstrong v. Exceptional Child, the United States Supreme Court held that providers (and, by implication, beneficiaries) may not turn to the courts for help in requiring that states live up to the minimum legal terms of the Medicaid statute. Here’s what the Obama administration should do now.
The past decade has seen a relatively constant rate of newly approved drugs every year. The number has even jumped in the past few years. Yet, despite such encouraging trends, we are actually facing a crisis in drug innovation today.
Two new studies, being released by Health Affairs as Web Firsts, examine some of the ACA’s features that have received less attention.
Achieving higher value, cost-conscious care that eliminates waste and optimizes quality is a crucial priority. We discuss three overarching themes related to creating supportive systems.
The Colorado Health Foundation began a partnership with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) about two years ago to promote health in projects and places to its members, who span disciplines from land use to development.
Health cooperation can be the leading edge of the new US-Cuban relationship, but overcoming obstacles to such cooperation in both countries will require serious, high-level political commitment.
April 29, 2015 | Global Health
What role did geography, advertising, community, Navigators, and the controversy surrounding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) play in consumers’ decisions whether to purchase health insurance in the individual marketplaces?