To deal with the rise of disease-resistant germs, ban antibiotic use on farms and give prizes for developing new antibiotics.
Archive for the ‘Innovation’ Category
“Trickle-down” is not the only way to finance health-care innovation.
How do you pronounce Osphena, Tafinlar, Procysbi, Sitavig, Breo Ellipta and Tecfidera?
I have no idea what the nonprofit community would do without Rick Cohen of the Nonprofit Quarterly: if there’s an issue affecting nonprofits he’ll have a fresh and useful perspective on it, and this article about the Community Health Needs Assessments required by the Affordable Care Act is no exception. What struck me most was […]
Smartphones and paper ideas for helping us comply with our medication régimes.
The way to fix it is to allow financial rewards for donors.
A plea for integrating the reduction of medical costs in major medical research programmes.
The rest of the world’s free-riding on American medical innovation is dwarfed by American free-riding on foreign medical education.
I am speaking at the U.K. Parliament next week about how to get better outcomes from addiction treatment. Like virtually all other forms of health care in the U.K. and U.S., addiction treatment is under pressure to deliver better outcomes without an increase in budget. A number of projects (such as this one) have successfully […]
An amateur report card on the progress of the US health IT plan.