Health

Setting Screens: The NCAA’s Universal Sickle Cell Tests

Intervention, not universal screening, is the key to protecting NCAA student-athletes with sickle cell traits

Noted: Experimenting with Open Access Notes in Medicine

Giving patients access to their doctor's notes can benefit both patients and physicians

The ACA: Adding Coverage for All

Authors examine the impact of the ACA on insurance rates by racial and ethnic group.

Access Matters: Tracking Regional Differences in Quality Health Care

Does where you live affect the care you receive?

Don’t Break the Nutrition Safety Net

Kate Maehr of the Greater Chicago Food Depository describes the growing need for food assistance as the USDA reveals the depth of hunger across the nation.

Policy without Borders: Insights from Bruce Lampard

The president of the Canadian section of Doctors Without Borders discusses the intersection of policy and politics

Healthcare Report Cards: Low GPA

Consumers give healthcare report cards a failing grade

Transitions in American Health Care: An Interview with Ezekiel Emanuel

A doctor and scholar discusses health care reform and the future of American medicine

The Changing Face of Healthcare: Insights from Mark Neaman

The Changing Face of Healthcare: Insights from Mark Neaman

An industry leader discusses the implications of the Affordable Care Act

Family Planning and Education: A Case Study in Ethiopia

Family planning services are most effective in communities with low levels of education.

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