Health Care Reform Will Change Individual Health Insurance, But Won’t Destroy Insurance Companies
February 26, 2012, by HSPH’s John McDonough
Can Massachusetts Lead The Way On Controlling Health Costs?
February 22, 2012, featuring HSPH’s Meredith Rosenthal
Conservatives Sowed Idea of Health Care Mandate, Only to Spurn It Later
February 14, 2012, quoting HSPH’s John McDonough
Romney’s Unlikely And Persuasive Defense Of The ‘Individual Mandate’
January 27, 2012, featuring HSPH’s John McDonough
Is Decline in Mass. Emergency Room Visits Linked to Health Reform?
January 26, 2012, featuring HSPH’s John McDonough and Nancy Turnbull
Panel Sidesteps Controversy On Draft For Comparative Effectiveness Research
January 24, 2012, featuring HSPH’s Arnold Epstein
U.S. Consumers Tell Insurers to Cover Experimental Drugs
January 23, 2012, featuring HSPH’s Robert Blendon
Dept. of Eating: Why Vegan?
December 30, 2011, by HSPH’s John McDonough
Arnold Epstein, Meredith B. Rosenthal, Benjamin Sommers and Katherine Swartz- published
November, 2011 Health Affairs
John McDonough new Blog “Health Stew” on Boston.com
November, 2011, Boston.com
David Hemenway Received “Striving for Justice Award”
November, 2011, Massachusetts-based Community Works
Nancy Kane Received ASPH/Pfizer Award for Teaching Excellence
October 29, 2011, ASPH Annual Meeting
Katherine Baicker and Atul Gawande Elected to the Institute of Medicine
October 17, 2011, IOM 41st Annual Meeting
Rosenthal’s Promotion to Professor
October 11, 2011, HSPH Symposium
Surgery Common Among Elderly Medicare Patients at End of Life
The Lancet, October 6, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Ashish Jha
Should Health Professionals Have Coaches?
The New Yorker, October 3, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Atul Gawande
Worst Hospitals Treat Twice as Manyh Elderly Minority and Poor Patients As Best Hospitals
Health Affairs, October, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Ashish Jha and Arnold Epstein
Why is Health Care Reform so Elusive?
Harvard Public Health Review, October 2011, featuring HSPH’s John McDonough
Inexpensive Techniques to Combat Cervical Cancer
New York Times, September 27, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Sue Goldie
Technology Crucial to Give Patients a “Medical Home”
HSPH Sherman Memorial Lecture, September 7, 2011, featuring HSPH’s David Bates
APHA Excellence in Science Award
Injury Control and Emergency Health Services (ICEHS), August 1, 2011, awarded to HSPH’s Matthew Miller
WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist
HSPH Receives $14.1 M grant, July 26, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Atul Gawande
National Health Reform Implementation
HSPH Hot Topic Speaker Series, July 12, 2011, featuring HSPH’s John McDonough
Inequality in Medical Spending
WBUR’s CommonHealth Blog, June 26, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Nancy Turnbull
Facing Death: Tough Decisions on Pricey Care
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, June 6, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Katherine Baicker
Vermont’s Move Toward Single-Payer Health Insurance
The New York Times, June 6, 2011, featuring HSPH’s William Hsiao
Support for Massachusetts Landmark Health Reform Law Rises in 2011
HSPH Press Release, June 5, 2011, featuring Robert Blendon and Gillian SteelFisher
Employers Seeing Pluses in Keeping Workers Healthy
Boston Globe, May 31, featuring HSPH’s Katherine Baicker
Romney and Health Care: In the Thick of History
Boston Globe, May 30, featuring HSPH’s John McDonough
Leadership Crucial for U.S. Preparedness
The Washington Post, May 11, featuring Leonard Marcus and Barry Dorn
A New Cost Control Idea – Paying For Outcomes
Kaiser Health News, May 9, featuring John McDonough
When It Comes to Quality, New Poll Shows Americans Give U.S. Health Care Low Grades
HSPH Press Release, April 12, 2011, featuring Robert Blendon.
With Health Costs Rising, Vermont Moves Toward a Single-Payer System
The Boston Globe, April 7, 2011, featuring HSPH’s William Hsiao.
Baby Steps Toward a National Electronic Medical Records System?
Marketplace, April 7, 2011, featuring HSPH’s Ashish Jha.
National Public Health Week 2011: Live Injury-Free
HSPH Press Release, April 5, 2011, featuring the Harvard Injury Control Research Center.
Crises Responders Seek to Bridge Gaps in Emergency Response
HSPH Press Release, March 29, 2011, featuring Robert Blendon, Barry Dorn, and Leonard Marcus.
Wyden-Brown And The Health Law: A Match Made In Heaven Or Limbo?
Kaiser Health News, March 8, 2011, featuring John McDonough.
Asking Patients to Pay More for Health Care May Not Reduce Costs, Could be Harmful to Vulnerable Populations
HSPH Press Release, March, 2011, featuring Katherine Swartz.
Massachusetts Health Policy News: Patrick Administration Introduces Payment Reform Legislation
HSPH Press Release, February 17, 2011, featuring Nancy Turnbull.
New Findings That Young Men Also Benefit from HPV Vaccine May Warrant Reconsideration of Vaccination Guidelines
New England Journal of Medicine, February 3, 2011, featuring Jane Kim.
Millions of Americans May Churn In and Out of Health Coverage under Affordable Care Act
Health Affairs, February, 2011, featuring Benjamin Sommers.
Health Reform News: Accountable Care Organizations Offer Promise for Cost-Savings, Greater Efficiency
New York Times, January 27, 2011, featuring Meredith Rosenthal.
Americans Remain Divided Over Health Reform With an Uptick in Public Opposition as GOP Ramped Up Repeal Campaign
HSPH Press Release, January 25, 2011, featuring Robert Blendon.
Consultant: Vermont Could Do Single-Payer Health Care
Bloomberg, January 19, 2011, featuring William Hsiao.
Arizona Shooting Spree Casts Light on Gun Violence in U.S.
HSPH Press Release, January 11, 2011, featuring David Hemenway.
Atul Gawande Talks Health Reform with NPR, Colbert Report
HSPH Press Release, January 6, 2011.