This Special Communication summarizes published evidence about the causes of elevated prescription drug prices in the United States and proposes policy options to mitigate the effects of high prices while preserving incentives for development and innovation.
This Viewpoint discusses the fragmented nature of the current US federal health system and proposes approaches for achieving a more integrated and efficient system.
This commentary discusses a survey study published in JAMA Dermatology that investigated whether government organizations in Colorado had occupational sun protection policies.
This Viewpoint discusses opportunities and challenges related to state-led reform of health care payment and delivery.
This Special Communication reports the amount of financial assistance high-income countries and private organizations provide to developing countries for health, and their areas of focus.
This Viewpoint discusses professional regulation of medicine through private sector organizations, laws, and the government and the call for personal commitment to self-regulate by physicians.
This Viewpoint discusses the need for leaders in health care to steer the next phase of health care reform.
This Viewpoint discusses the findings of the Government Accountability Office, revisits the premise of physician self-referral, surveys the relevant statutory and regulatory framework, and explores potential solutions to this vexing and costly challenge
This Viewpoint discusses how simplistic narratives have shaped views about cause, blame, and responsibility in the challenges facing the US health care system.
This Viewpoint discusses the role that boards of health have had throughout history in relation to the soda portion rule in New York City.
Cutler and Scott Morton present data on the growth of integrated health systems, discuss the potential benefits and harms of integration, and consider possible remedies.
Moses and coauthors used public data, principally from 1980 to 2011, to describe and document the current anatomy and historical trends of health care in the United States.