Controversies Scientific and Moral
Will cash heal the homeless?
Uninsured rate shows little change amid Medicaid redeterminations
America’s Poor Health Outcomes are Driven by Behaviors – Not Coverage or Access to Care
Weight Loss Drug Prices
Can a tiny fish and an old hot dog teach us anything about whether health insurance reduces mortality?
Saying the quiet part out loud: Understanding the “sacred cow” of healthcare regulation
Why Average Income Isn’t A Good Way to Distribute Federal Medicaid Funds to States
Another Pathway to Reduce Medical Professional Shortage: Tap the “Unmatched” MDs
Key Facts About the Medicaid Redeterminations You’re Hearing So Much About
Conservative Health Policy: A Quick Look at The Wins We Celebrate
The Deadly Effects of Nursing Home Lockdowns
Cash as Medicine?
Is Medicaid Expansion Devouring State Budgets?
Drug Shortages and Drug Pricing Polices
Medicare Spending: Physician Services Are a Much Bigger Problem than Drug Prices
Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in U.S. Adults Remain Elevated
The Unseen Realities Behind Mental Healthcare in Schools
Conservative Health Policy
How Zero-Harm Policies Hurt Patients and Clinicians
Nearly 6 in 10 US Adults Say They’ve Been on Medicaid or Have a Loved-One Who Has
Healthcare Isn’t the Place to Solve All Problems
Faster Vaccine Development Could Save Lives, But Would People Trust It?
Denying Medicaid Crowd-Out Doesn’t Make It Go Away
How Middlemen Undermine Patient-Centered Care
End of Medicaid’s Continuous Enrollment: What Are the Stakes?
Rapid Antigen Tests: A Missed Opportunity
Medicaid Expansion: Who Are We Talking About?
Biden Budget: Summary and Assessment of Medicaid Items
Politicization of Medicine and Science is Dangerous
It’s Not Just the Private Sector: International Spending Comparisons Reveal High Spending in our Public Healthcare Programs, Too
Healthcare Legal Landscape Post-COVID: Everything You Need to Know
If Medicaid Expansion Saves Lives, We Still Don't Know How
Debt Ceiling and Healthcare Entitlement Reforms
Advocates of Medicaid Expansion Claim It Saves Lives. The Evidence Isn’t So Clear.
COVID-19 Policies: Will There Be a Reckoning?
Is the Surgery Center of Oklahoma Cheaper than Hospitals?
Medicaid Eligibility Reviews Will Resume in April