More details forthcoming.
Government role in Healthcare
BRI’s own founder and Board chair, Sally Pipes, recently published an article in Forbes magazine with the results from a Royal College of Surgeons report on the National Health Service that found alarming results on the months of waiting in medical queues hoping that their number will be called for necessary, life-saving treatments. Do American’s […]
The national discourse seems to have shifted from socialism to what might be termed “managed” capitalism. I can’t tell you exactly how that might affect the practice of medicine. However, I recently ran across an article in Forbes by John C. Goodman that focused on what might happen in the U.S. were more socialist reforms […]
This important conference helps realize the full potential of evidence to optimize health and health care by bridging the gap between research, practice, and policy. By outlining the priorities in the field, the Science of D&I Conference aims to ensure that evidence is used to inform decisions that will improve the health of individuals and […]
Dr. John Meurer, profession and director of the MCW Institute for Health and Equality, will talk to the group about how the economics of health care in the United States contributes to its effectiveness or lack thereof.