Letters to the Editor | | Health care, Medicine
May 15, 2014 — I found your article entitled “Ignoring a solution to chronic drug shortages” in the May 7, 2014 issue of Remapping Debate to be very provocative. I am currently the Chair of the...view
Letters to the Editor | | Health care, Medicine
May 13, 2014 — Re: Ignoring a solution to chronic drug shortages. There is another solution: the regular generic drug companies manufacture some predetermined excess of these drugs, have the...view
Original Reporting | T.J. Lewan | Health care, Medicine
May 7, 2014 — Since shortages of critical drugs became a fixture of the American medical landscape a decade ago, pundits have proposed an array of incentives to encourage more production from...view
Press Criticism | Mike Alberti | Health care, Medicine
July 29, 2012 — The causes of — and solutions for — many of the problems plaguing the U.S. health care system continue to generate intense disagreement. The severe shortage of doctors, however,...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Health care, Medicine
June 6, 2012 — At least she doesn’t place most of the blame on patients. Usually, articles or policy papers imagining that Americans are getting too much medical care focus on a population that,...view
Original Reporting | Mike Alberti | Health care, Medicine, Regulation
May 2, 2012 — A recent study showing that the adoption of information technology by physicians did not reduce the number of procedures performed was seen as worrisome both by the popular press and by...view
Editorial Cartoons | | Health care, Insurance, Medicine
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Letters to the Editor | | Medicine
Dec. 18, 2011 — Enjoyed your article [“Patients routinely treated disrespectfully”] and agreed that over–long waits cause patients stress and harm (and also agree that the pace set for doctors means...view
| Kevin C. Brown | History, Medicine
Nov. 8, 2011 — Historian David Kinkela discusses his book, “DDT and the American Century: Global Health, Environmental Politics, and the Pesticide that Changed the World.” Kinkela, an associate...view
| Kevin C. Brown | History, Medicine, Open government
April 7, 2011 — Historian Susan Reverby, the author of “Examining Tuskegee: The Infamous Syphilis Study and its Legacy,” discusses her book as well as her recent discovery that the U.S. Public...view