The Next Public Health Crisis: Mass Unemployment
Eli Cahan and CERC’s Nirav Shah write that layoffs mean poor access to health insurance, afflicting patients, health systems and states.
News & Opinion - 2020
- – MEDPAGE Today
Op-Ed: A Better Way to End the Pandemic Quickly — A strategy to maximize vaccine benefit
Op-Ed: Two strategies for ending the pandemic require we use the available supply of vaccine more efficiently, according to CERC’s Bob Kaplan and Michael H. Criqui of UCSD.
- – LA Times
Op-Ed: Among those slated to get vaccinated now, we’ll have to prioritize. Who should be last in line?
This great Op-ed by Amit Kaushal, Jiayin Xue and Bob Kaplan appeared today in the LA Times.
- – JAMA Internal Med
Assessment of Electronic Health Record Use Between US and Non-US Health Systems
Compared with their non-US counterparts, US clinicians spent substantially more time actively using the HER, according to CERC researchers.
- – Leaps Magazine
COVID-19 Could Brighten the Public Spotlight on Biotech—and Accelerate Progress
CERC’s Kevin Schulman comments that the success of vaccine acceleration could be used for new economic models to correct market failures.
- – Scope Stanford Medicine
Investigating the generic drug industry and the health care business model
The number of foreign drug manufacturing sites has ballooned so much over the past two decades that the FDA has struggled to keep tabs on them all.
- – KevinMD.com
America needs to invest in proactive patient outreach now
CERC’s Alan Glaseroff writes that America needs to invest in proactive patient outreach in order to prevent both immediate and downstream effects of the pandemic.
- – SFChronicle.com
The red-blue divide: from Stanford, Ky., to Stanford University
Blame against “the others” permeates the whole election process. What struck me is that beneath all the blame many of my Democrat friends have never set foot in a rural area in a deep red state.