The pipeline of ER doctors is drying up
Hundreds of positions in emergency medicine are going unfilled because of huge structural problems in American health care.
Interpreters are necessary for health equity
All states have passed laws addressing language access, but only a limited number have passed or attempted to pass comprehensive legislation and designated funding for language access.
Not so fast on COVID vaccine price hike
Policy makers have several options to maximize benefits from public investments and improve returns for the entire global community.
My fitness trackers took me hostage
I logged steps and macronutrients and REM sleep. It took running on empty to realize the perils of pursuing the quantified self.
Everyone in a nursing home deserves a single room
The government should require that owners give residents private space — or it should take over the facilities and replace them with small homes.
Making daylight saving time permanent would mean losing sleep — and lives
This legislation is not about protecting sunshine. Instead, it should be called “An Act to Force Americans to Wake Up an Hour Earlier Each Day.”
How to prevent MassHealth enrollees from losing their coverage
Insurers must work with their provider partners in the MassHealth ACO program to raise member awareness about the importance of responding to its communications so that they do not experience a gap in coverage.
Did a 21st-century pharmacy really just cave to the threat of a 19th-century antiabortion law?
Walgreens fears that conservative judges will come up with a backwards interpretation of the 1873 Comstock Act.