Public Policy - Diverse Health

Democratic Debates Didn’t Do Much to Clarify Candidates’ Plans for Health Care — 2020′s Most Important Issue

by Jacob Pramuk | August 12, 2019
Democrats argued about their health care plans for more than an hour during both nights of last [...] Read more

Bill Would Require College Campuses to Offer ‘Abortion Pill’

by Jenni Fink | August 05, 2019
Along with visiting legislators, a bishop in California urged people to collectively pray for t [...] Read more

Kamala Harris Sets Up Debate Showdown on Health Care With New Plan

by Abby Goodnough and Astead W. Herndon | July 29, 2019
Senator Kamala Harris of California, who is increasingly seeking to carve out an ideological la [...] Read more

Administrators Eye Tweaks To Pharmacy College

by Stephanie Salmons | July 22, 2019
Enrollment at the University of Hawaii at Hilo’s Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy is expe [...] Read more

Lehigh’s College of Health Welcomes Halcyon Skinner As Associate Dean For Research

by Lehigh Editorial Services | July 22, 2019
Halcyon G. Skinner, a highly respected leader in the fields of population health, epidemiology [...] Read more

America To Face A Shortage Of Primary Care Physicians Within A Decade Or So

by Victoria Knight | July 15, 2019
Despite hospital systems and health officials calling out the need for more primary care doctor [...] Read more

Even Researchers Don’t Know Which Doctors Medicare Advantage Covers

by Austin Frakt | July 08, 2019
If you try to use Medicare Advantage, figuring out which doctors are available (and where) can [...] Read more

What Philadelphia Is Losing When It Loses Hahnemann Hospital

by Kevin F. D'Mello | July 08, 2019
As a physician, I recently have been devastated by the news that the hospital in which I practi [...] Read more