Karl Lauterbach, Germany’s federal minister of health, discussed the G7 Pact for Pandemic Readiness at a Harvard Chan School seminar.
The primary care system in the U.S. needs to deliver better care at lower cost and ensure that doctors, medical staff, and patients are more satisfied, according to experts.
Medical records of Black patients are much more likely to contain negative descriptions than records of white patients, according to a new study.
Karen Emmons, professor of social and behavioral sciences, says that implementation scientists can bring the full benefits of scientific discovery to health, and improve cancer control, by focusing more on the policy-making process.
Improving maternal health outcomes in the U.S. will require an increased focus on support during the postpartum year.
A group of scientists from across the U.S. took a deep dive into the foundations of environmental justice research during a new two-day intensive course.
Poll: Concerns about drug prices and pandemic preparedness top infrastructure worries among Americans
There is broad support among Americans for letting the government negotiate prescription drug prices, according to a recent poll designed by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Robert Blendon. The poll asked respondents to select their top…
Eating disorders affect a population the size of the state of Texas, cost the economy tens of billions of dollars, and kill 10,000 Americans per year. If eating disorders are so common, expensive, and deadly, why don't we…
Young children living in Massachusetts communities with higher rates of firearm licensure were significantly more likely to have dangerously high levels of lead in their blood compared to children living in communities with fewer gun licenses, according to…
Lisa Robinson of the Center for Health Decision Science has been exploring the complexities involved in valuing deaths averted by COVID-19 policies.