Faculty member Ashish K. Jha, MD, and colleagues suggest in this JAMA Viewpoint that given the complexity of trying to parse the impact of social factors on health, perhaps developing and deploying a risk score model similar to the polygenic model could advance the field of social determinants of health.
Harvard Pop Center faculty member Ashish Jha, MD, MPH, and colleague Aaron E. Carroll, have outlined a plan in The Atlantic that explains the difference between suppression and mitigation in terms of tackling the coronavirus, and outlines a constructive path forward. Please read!
Faculty member Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH, is an author on a study that examines the association between the expansion of Medicaid (under the Affordable Care Act) and changes in healthcare spending among recipients from 2014– 2017. Other authors on the paper include: Hiroshi Gotanda, Gerald F. Kominski, and Yusuke Tsugawa. Learn more in this UCLA Research Brief.
A study published in npj Digital Medicine by faculty member Ashish K. Jha, MD, and colleagues (including Google researchers) has found that a machine-learned model can help identify a food safety breach at a restaurant or health department more quickly, before it poses a bigger public health risk. Learn more in this EurekAlert.
Ashish K. Jha, MD, MPH, Harvard Pop Center faculty member, has authored this opinion in JAMA Forum that suggests that if the current administration sets out to “reboot” VBP, three key design principles should be included.
Harvard Pop Center faculty member Ashish Jha, MD, comments on potential impact of Brazil-based Summer Olympic Games on spread of Zika virus in New York Times.
Director of Harvard Global Health Institute and Harvard Pop Center faculty member Ashish Jha, MD comments on the challenges, and benefits, of global health in today’s close knit world at a seminar celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Institute. Learn more in the Harvard Gazette.
Harvard Pop Center faculty member Ashish K. Jha, MD, is co-author of a paper published in BMJ Open that explores the relationship between regional health spending and patient health outcomes after out-of-hospital cardiac arrests in Japan.