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Employers are facing a big dilemma: How do they pay for the new highly effective and popular obesity medications without breaking the bank?
Many of America’s poorest and sickest patients are stuck navigating two separate insurance programs — Medicare and Medicaid — to get the care they need.
Girls in the U.S. are experiencing record high levels of violence, sadness and suicide risk. How can schools help girls of color navigate this crisis?
Tradeoffs research reporter Soleil Shah shares what he's learning as a new medical resident about the value and limitations of health policy research.
We explain how Medicare's historic price negotiations with drugmakers will work, and the impact they could have.
During his 14 months as White House COVID Coordinator, Ashish Jha learned about building consensus, crafting practical policy and how to deal with imperfect data.
We explore what's working, what's not and what's next for 988.
Amy Finkelstein outlines an evidence-based plan to overhaul our patchwork of health insurance policies.