Date Post Title Post Summary Topics
Apr 26, 2012 Dignity Is the Core of the Decent Care Values Approach for Health Care

As Dr.

Chronic Disease
Apr 24, 2012 Dignity-Driven Care as the Driver to Addressing Health Costs

The goal of a more effective and efficient system of care is straightforward—better care at lower costs. The path to that goal has proven far more elusive.

Aging | Chronic Disease
Apr 19, 2012 Meeting the Health Needs of 21st Century Veterans

After a decade of conflict in Iraq, our troops have come home, producing the largest increase in the number of American veterans since the 1970s.

Health Policy | Military & Veterans Health
Apr 17, 2012 Where You Live Shouldn’t Determine How Healthy You Are (But it Can)

Your health shouldn’t be determined by where you live, but two new reports show that where you live, learn, work and play have a major impact on how healthy you are and how long you live.

Chronic Disease | Community Health | Public Health
Apr 12, 2012 Reducing Obesity and Achieving Health Equity Through CDC’s New Community Transformation Grants

It’s been in the news and at the forefront of public health policy debates—childhood obesity has tripled in the past 30 years and now represents one of the leading public health threat

Childhood Obesity | Chronic Disease | Obesity
Apr 10, 2012 Physicians Wade Into Efforts To Curb Unnecessary Treatments

By Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News

Costs & Economic Analysis | Health Reform | Insurance
Apr 5, 2012 Sustainable Health Spending Under the Ryan Path for Federal Non-Health Spending


Costs & Economic Analysis | Health Reform
Apr 3, 2012 Health Care Law Blues: They Hear That Train a-Comin’

For small business, the 2010 health reform law means higher costs, more red-tape and fewer choices.

Health Policy | Health Reform