News & Opinion - 2021
- – Stanford Report
Over first year of pandemic, confronting uncertainty with action at Stanford Medicine
In this look back at Stanford Medicine’s response to Covid-19 on the pandemic’s one-year anniversary, CERC’s Kevin Schulman weighed in on promoting vaccine distribution in polarized country.
- – USA Today
Op-Ed: COVID-19 cases are falling. This could be the beginning of the end of the pandemic.
Herd immunity may already be taking hold, but this is not the time to back away from vaccines, masks and social distancing, says CERC’s Robert Kaplan.
- – CERC Article
The No Surprises Act Brings Consumers long-needed Protection
The law comes as a third of Americans say they’ve received a surprise medical bill in recent years, at no fault of their own,
- – Health Affairs Blog
An Alternative Vaccine Strategy to Reduce COVID-19 Morbidity And Mortality
Op-Ed: CERC’s Robert Kaplan argues an alternative roll-out strategy for Covid-19 vaccination would save lives: second doses would come 90 days after the first.
- – MarketWatch
Want family members to get COVID-19 vaccination? Try Apple’s tactic for selling iPods – and these other psychological approaches
Kevin Schulman: Behavioral economics and consumer research can inform vaccine-promotion efforts
- – Stanford Medicine
5 Questions: Kevin Schulman on encouraging COVID-19 vaccination in a politically polarized country
Will people agree to be vaccinated against the virus that causes the disease? Stanford physician and economist Kevin Schulman suggests marketing tactics to boost compliance.