Opinion

 

Battling COVID-19 with ‘digital vaccines’

September 23, 2020

An explainer on digital therapeutics and their relevance to ending the pandemic.

Will telemedicine create perfect competition?

September 22, 2020

Will telemedicine upend the economics of health care?

Health Education Week 2020: Opportunities and Advancements in Obesity Medicine

September 21, 2020

The week is an opportunity for physicians to empower themselves to meet the challenges of treating obesity

COVID-19 Shines Light on How Healthcare Is Leaving At-risk Populations Behind 

September 08, 2020

While we take stock of successes and failures, we are once again reminded that the US healthcare system isn’t built for everyone.

The ethics of reopening amidst COVID-19

August 18, 2020

We have seen enormous tension across the country when it comes to two important goals: protecting population health, and protecting economic health.

Baseball season’s looming strikeout shows importance of following COVID-19 safety guidelines

August 04, 2020

It’s likely that this baseball season will end up more off-course than Dr. Fauci’s Opening Day first pitch.

Will lack of reimbursement end the rise of telemedicine?

July 27, 2020

Will telehealth’s proven success through the pandemic be enough to engrain it into the system?

It’s not too soon to learn lessons from COVID-19 pandemic

July 22, 2020

Here are four critical communications strategies to help deal more effectively with the next crisis.

July is the time to show support for our newest colleagues

July 16, 2020

You're not the only one who's feeling a bit stressed.

5 Care Transition Takeaways From COVID-19

July 15, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has also revealed valuable lessons to help us navigate these turbulent times.