Monday, May 8, 2017
by Don Sapatkin
New Jersey and Pennsylvania could be among the biggest losers in the Affordable Care Act replacement plan that squeaked through the House on Thursday, policy experts said, and for reasons that have gotten little public attention.
Friday, Apr 28, 2017
by Frank Pasquale and Nicolas Terry
Heather Howard discusses various Medicaid issues; the extent non-expansion was driven by policy or politics, work requirements, state administrative costs, cost-sharing and the “private option” in existing state plans, and the likelihood of Section 1332 waivers moving states to universal care.
Friday, Apr 28, 2017
by Michael Hotchkiss
Nabil Shaikh's senior thesis took him more than 8,000 miles from Princeton to Hyderabad, India, where he interviewed terminally ill cancer patients about their experience with end-of-life care.
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by Simon M. Sommer
Economist Janet Currie explains why health insurance for children leads to better outcomes in adulthood.
Thursday, Apr 6, 2017
by Alex Wheatley '16
The Woodrow Wilson School and the Center for Health and Wellbeing organized a panel discussion, “Taking the Pulse of the U.S. Health Care: 50 Days into the Trump Administration,” in a packed Dodds Auditorium as part of the Day of Action, Knowledge and Democracy in Action at Princeton University.
Thursday, Mar 30, 2017
by Josselin Thuilliez and Yves Dumont
New research co-authored by CHW Visiting Research Scholar Josselin Thuilliez is published in the World Bank Economic Review.
Thursday, Mar 16, 2017
by Tsung-Mei Cheng and Uwe Reinhardt
Shimkus is probably not the only member in Congress who believes that forcing men to purchase health insurance that includes maternal care is unfair; it represents what some have characterized as a war on men, as several conservative health-policy wonks also have argued.
Thursday, Mar 2, 2017
by Alex Wheatley '16
In this spotlight, Jack Ching reflects on his experience with the Global Health Program.
Monday, Feb 20, 2017
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
A new study co-authored by Alin Coman investigates the impact that social exclusion can have on willingness to believe exaggerated and misleading reports.
Friday, Feb 17, 2017
by Center for Health & Wellbeing
A recent story highlighted findings by Anne Case and Angus Deaton on mortality trends among middle age white Americans.