People are much less likely to trust the medical system if they are from an ethnic minority, have disabilities, or identify as LGBTQ+, according to a first-of-its-kind study by Sanofi

This commentary by Paul Hudson and Michelle A. Williams appeared in the Commentary – Health section of Fortune. You can read it here: https://fortune.com/2023/01/31/people-trust-health-medical-system-ethnic-minority-disabilities-identify-lgbtq-study-sanofi-hudson-williams/. When it comes to trust in … Continue reading “People are much less likely to trust the medical system if they are from an ethnic minority, have disabilities, or identify as LGBTQ+, according to a first-of-its-kind study by Sanofi”

New remedies for old ailments: Building a health care system for the crises we face

Since the Institute for Healthcare Improvement was founded by Donald Berwick more than three decades ago, the organization has led the charge organization on critical conversations to determine how our … Continue reading “New remedies for old ailments: Building a health care system for the crises we face”

COP27 must address food and water security in Africa — including nurturing innovation across the Global South

A shorter version of this piece appeared in the Opinion section of the Financial Times. You can read it here: https://www.ft.com/content/f3cda3a6-f4ee-4bc4-b512-d1f9f12925ec World leaders gathering in Egypt for the 2022 United … Continue reading “COP27 must address food and water security in Africa — including nurturing innovation across the Global South”