Lack of choice and control institutionalize the very disparities we aim to eliminate.
Community change can happen, but sometimes it takes the whole community coming together for a common cause to see real results.
Health reform promised major changes in health IT, but will those changes reach the most at-risk populations, or only widen the divide in health disparities?
Better Health, begun in February 2007, involves more than 20 stakeholders including health systems, hospitals, payors, and state and local government, and the results are encouraging.
While there is debate about the precise rate of prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in the population of service members returning from deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan, few would disagree...
Senior Fellow for Health and Economics, National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation
Health Economist, London School of Economics
Vice President and Director, Altarum Center for Sustainable Health Spending