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health care

Commentary
The merit of merit-based aid
Published Oct 25, 2017
Leaders at Hopkins, Harvard, Stanford say merit-based scholarships may be detrimental to future of medicine
Experimental medicine
Expanding access to trial drugs
Published Aug 1, 2017
Carey Business School expert proposes guidelines to help terminally ill patients gain access to drugs in clinical trials
Health care
Study looks at ACA's impact on ER visits
Published July 24, 2017
Medicaid expansion had no significant effect on Md. emergency department visits, researchers find
Health care
An insurance moral hazard
Published March 15, 2017
Many people with chronic illnesses choose needlessly costly insurance plans, driving costs up for everyone, Carey Business study finds
Health policy
What's a single-payer plan?
Published Oct 11, 2016
SPH experts explain health insurance alternative mentioned during presidential debate
Whiting School center aims to reshape medical care
Published Feb 4, 2016
Malone Center brings together engineers, clinicians in effort to enhance efficiency, effectiveness of health care
Transgender Health
Dollars and sense
Published Dec 3, 2015
Study: Covering costs of transitioning to opposite sex cost-effective for insurance companies / School of Public Health
Survey says ...
Simple steps to better care
Published Aug 11, 2015
Survey highlights practices that consistently lead to high patient ratings of hospital care / Hopkins Medicine
Medicare at 50
Reflections on successes, failures of Medicare
Published July 23, 2015
Former congressman Henry Waxman kicks off Centennial Policy Scholar Seminar Series at Bloomberg School
JHH ranked among nation's best hospitals by 'U.S. News'
Published July 17, 2014
Johns Hopkins is No. 3 in the nation and among the top five in 10 specialty areas in magazine's annual rankings