The COVID-19 pandemic has been a boon for telehealth, according to reports. A March 1, 2021 Slate article noted that while telehealth has been around for a while, its wide-scale adoption during the pandemic has worked well and…
A new commission jointly organized by The Lancet medical journal and Harvard’s Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute is studying how to bring universal health care to India within a decade.
DACA recipient Monica Lazaro, MPH ’21, is advocating for health policies that will help immigrants and others left behind.
Secret shopper study raises concerns about cost, recruitment tactics of addiction treatment programs
An audit of more than 600 residential care programs for opioid use disorder raised concerns about high costs and misleading recruitment practices by the programs, according to new research from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The…
Health policy expert John McDonough discusses the road ahead for the Affordable Care Act in this Q&A.
Two faculty members from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health—Sara Bleich and Benjamin Sommers—and one former faculty member, Gina McCarthy, have been chosen for roles in the new Biden-Harris administration.
Distributing COVID-19 vaccines according to an honor code could minimize bureaucratic red tape and help hasten the rollout, according to experts from Ariadne Labs and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
A new poll finds that a majority of people in the U.S. strongly back an expansive government effort to combat COVID-19 and to shore up the nation’s sluggish economy.
Roughly 20% of U.S. adults who were polled about health care during the coronavirus pandemic said that they or their household members delayed receiving medical care or were unable to get care at all due to the crisis.
There is no one-size-fits-all health system that will work for every country, according to Rifat Atun, professor of global health systems at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. What’s most important, he said, is that a system…