All articles related to "health systems":

Experts lay out future of health IT at PHAT conference

May 5, 2011 -- Paper medical records—the 19th century tools still used by most 21st century medical providers—are a big part of what’s ailing the United States’ health care system, HSPH Assoc. Prof. Ashish Jha told an audience of representatives from…

Why Public Health? Nayana Vootakuru

April 2011 -- In our new series "Why Public Health?" we ask Harvard School of Public Health students to talk about why they chose to enter the field. Above, Nayana Vootakuru, an MPH candidate and physician from Australia,…

Hsiao helps Vermont overhaul its health care system

The economic climate and demographic shifts around the globe have pushed the work of William Hsiao, the K.T. Li professor of economics at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), to the forefront of international health policy, impacting millions…

Health care rationed in the U.S., HSPH ethicist says

Daniel Wikler, Mary B. Saltonstall professor of population ethics and professor of ethics and population health, was interviewed Dec. 17, 2010, on Public Radio International’s The World, about health care rationing. The interview was part of a week-long…