Measuring safety might actually improve it. Unfortunately, those improvements fade away when the measurement is over.
Narrow networks are a real concern in the ACA marketplaces, but much more for kids than many think.
If we want to see research implemented well in the real world with effects we can see, we need to focus on making policy consistent with the studies we do, focusing on the populations where the benefits will likely be seen.
We've entered an era in which predicting Medicare Advantage growth has become difficult and more speculative.
OK, you knew that already. But what are the implications for access to care?
In Mexico, not only did a sugar-sweetened beverage tax work, it appears to be working more as time goes on.
It can sometimes feel like there's nothing we can do to improve population health. That's just not true.