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Viewpoint: How to protect workers in the next pandemic

In preparation for the next public health emergency, lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic should be used to inform new federal, state, and local laws and standards, as well as actions by employers, aimed at ensuring safe, healthy…

Predicting prenatal care rates in rural Ethiopia

Through predictive models, it may be possible to identify pregnant women in low-resource settings who are at high risk of failing to attend antenatal care, in order to develop interventions to encourage their attendance, according to a new…

Improving global maternal mortality outcomes

Zachary Ward, research scientist in the Center for Health Decision Science, explains his recent pair of studies predicting trends in global maternal mortality and evaluating the effectiveness of interventions to curb maternal deaths.

Class explores the role of insurers in health care

In a course at Harvard Chan School, Andrew Dreyfus, recent president and chief executive officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, is asking students to explore the question "Can health insurers be good?"