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Mental Health Care Deserves a Fair Shake

October 11, 2021

One in five adults in the U.S. suffer from a mental health condition, yet only about half of those needing treatment receive care. What’s keeping so many people from treatment?  

Stepping Up the Fight Against Infant and Maternal Mortality

October 8, 2021

Among the world’s developed countries, the United States holds the unwanted distinction of being a leader in maternal and infant deaths. In an attempt to turn the tide, the federal government last month announced a new $350 million investment.  

The Arc of Innovation Protects Our Hearts

October 4, 2021

By Michael D. Shapiro, DO, MCR - What if we – as a health care community – focused on cardiovascular disease prevention with the same level of intensity as we do treatment?

Has Medicare Part D Reform Finally Arrived?

September 30, 2021

For as long as the Medicare Part D prescription drug plan has existed, beneficiaries have struggled with out-of-pocket costs. Now, movement on Capitol Hill suggests this may finally be the year for reform.